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SESAC has entered into active negotiations with NACUBO and ACE on a new model license agreement for colleges and universities for performance of SESAC music on campus. The new agreement -- which the organizations hope to finalize by December -- will incorporate coverage for general uses of music, campus radio, Internet/intranet, and closed-circuit cable TV. SESAC has indicated that institutions that signed the separate Internet/intranet license circulated by SESAC over the past few months will not be financially disadvantaged for having done so. NACUBO and ACE are seeking a blanket agreement, like those negotiated last year with ASCAP and BMI, that will provide coverage for all performance rights on campus for one annual fee. For more information, contact Anne Gross, vice president for business and regulatory affairs, at

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