According to young turks, the NFL is demanding that all musicians that play at the super bowl halftime show have to pay them for that slot. According to the young turks, musicians were never paid to perform in the past for any of the super bowl halftime shows, but all hotels and accommodations were paid for by the nfl. However, it seems like Roger Goodell is feeling that since the super bowl halftime show provides these bands with free publicity and exposure, then these bands should have to pay them money if they want the privilege to perform at that slot.
What are your thoughts? You think it's a smart crafty move by the nfl, and it's their given right to do that seeing how they're technically doing these bands a favor? Or do you think they're being too greedy? Please discuss. by the way, here's a link to the video if you want more details:
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