An organization devoted to protecting the copyrights of music publishers is suing one of YouTube's big so-called "multichannel networks," while reaching a settlement with another.
The National Music Publishers' Association said in a release that is has filed a copyright-infringement suit against Fullscreen, a startup that helps YouTube video creators make money from their clips. It claimed the company is illegally profiting from advertising revenue generated by unlicensed music videos on their channels.
A Fullscreen representative declined to comment.
Multichannel networks like Fullscreen aren't related to or endorsed by Google or its highly popular video site. … Read more