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Spike avoids streaming trouble with RIAA

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Online radio service Spike has pacted with the RIAA to create streaming radio services that fall under the purview of the org’s desired copyright protections. Spike, formerly known as Spike Radio, already has licensing deals with ASCAP and BMI. Clients include Radio Free Sydney, which will Netcast Olympic information on Nike.com.

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