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THAT’S NOT ALL, FOLKS: “The issue is whether or not the creators of that music participate in that economic activity,” Faxon continued. “In my view, it’s government’s responsibility that those singular interests become a common interest. So you can create an environment where technological innovation is encouraged and there is broad and open access and there is the incentive for the creation of the content… One can see in a streaming world sufficient value for there to be a great business for the service providers, a great business for the underlying distribution structure and a great business for the people who create music. There’s enough of a pie, if you will. That’s why I’m pretty optimistic. There is an economic model that works, and we’re in the transition to that. But there’s proof around the world that the pie is big enough.” (3/31a)

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