The RMLC-GMR tussle continues.

According to a message to broadcasters sent earlier this month, the Radio Music License Committee is not making much headway in its attempts to reach a settlement with Global Music Rights, the upstart licensing entity started by Irving Azoff. As such, the RMLC is asking to extend the interim license. In the message, the RMLC says, “The RMLC recently asked GMR to offer extensions of its interim licenses that are set to expire on March 31, 2018. This will serve as notice that GMR has agreed to offer all U.S. commercial radio stations the opportunity to extend their existing interim licenses until September 30, 2018.”