File - In this Oct. 24, 2015 file photo, Rihanna performs at the 2015 We Can Survive Concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP)
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Bulgaria's public radio has been given a surprise boost in listenership after a copyright war limited the broadcaster to airing music recorded at least 70 years ago.The station has been playing classical music and long-forgotten jazz and folk pieces for almost two months now after its management refused to pay increased annual royalty fees to the Musicautor performers' rights organization.The refusal has forced the radio to drop contemporary music and dig up older tunes from its dusty archive. With a share of 16.5 percent, the station moved one place up in the ranking of the most popular stations and was now third behind two music radio stations, IPSOS said.
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