No music industry story has gotten more play in the last week than Zoe Keating's struggle with YouTube. After the independent musician shared her conversation with YouTube over a new agreement that would keep her from monetizing her content if she did not agree to new terms that included involvement in YouTube's Music Key paid service, a compant spokesperson called Keating's concerns "patently false." Patently, as Keating points out means "clear and without doubt". "Either someone is not telling the truth or the very nice rep I have been negotiating with, for a year, is patently unclear," Keating wrote on...

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