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February 7, 2003 | Jon Healey, Times Staff Writer
Michael Roe, operator of the Internet radio outlet Radioio, spent the better part of 2002 enmeshed in a bruising battle with royalty-seeking record labels that threatened to turn his station's surging popularity into a fatal liability. Now, two months after Roe signed a deal with the labels that preserved Radioio's ability to play music, a new adversary is demanding royalties for the technology that his site uses to stream those tunes to listeners. Acacia Research Corp.
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February 7, 2003 | Jon Healey, Times Staff Writer
Michael Roe, operator of the Internet radio outlet Radioio, spent the better part of 2002 enmeshed in a bruising battle with royalty-seeking record labels that threatened to turn his station's surging popularity into a fatal liability. Now, two months after Roe signed a deal with the labels that preserved Radioio's ability to play music, a new adversary is demanding royalties for the technology that his site uses to stream those tunes to listeners. Acacia Research Corp.
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