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This agreement is now blocked and loaded, with publishers offering a number of opportunities to move forward. In an undated letter sent to member publishers and songwriters and shared with Digital Music News, the NMPA drew up the details of the “Spotify Pending and Unmatched Usage Agreement,” including the $5 million one-time fee. “I don`t excuse an interactive streaming company`s decision not to get the right licenses before using your songs,” Israite told NMPA members. “Nor will I criticize copyright holders who choose to protect their property rights in any way they deem correct – these are their property rights. But I think this deal (and more) will strike the right balance. The thin: Kene Anoliefo of Spotify – Senior Product Lead, Creator Marketplace – confirmed to MBW that the company pays 50% of the net (proportional) revenue generated by the artists directly distributed to the performer/owner of the recorded music rights…