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The Budapest Conference: A Campaign for Fairness in Music Streaming?

I am writing this month’s column while flying back to AFM headquarters after a week of informative meetings November 17 through 21 in London with our counterparts from the British Musicians Union on electronic media issues, and in Budapest, Hungary, where the Hungarian Musicians Union and the International Federation of Musicians (FIM) convened the first ever International Conference on Music Streaming.

I was accompanied by Vice President from Canada Alan Willaert and International Executive Board Member and Local 802 President Tino Gagliardi.

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