National Public Radio features program on firm's digital download case for Rick James Estate

May 10, 2011 – National Public Radio featured a news segment on its May 4th broadcast devoted to the controversy over record company accountings to legacy recording artists and others for digital download income. Entitled "Download Sales: Will Money Stay with Labels or Go to Musicians," it included a reporter's interview with the manager of the Rick James Estate, Jeff Jampol, who discussed the issue as well as the case PE&G recently brought against Universal Music Group on the Estate's behalf. To listen to the radio broadcast, click here. To read the related news article posted to the NPR website, click here. For more information about the Rick James case, click here.