SAG-AFTRA Hit With Class Action Suit Over Streaming Music Service Fees

According to the suit, SAG-AFTRA and [The American Federation of Musicians] began collecting a 3% service fee from the fund in 2013. The suit alleges that the unions have collected more than $5 million in fees in exchange for providing data and for administering the fund, thereby reducing the pool of money available to performers. The suit also alleges that the interests of the fund are skewed towards the unions. – Gene Maddaus, Variety https://ift.tt/2tmERFS
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