New York - In this exclusive Interview from DMW’s Digital Music Forum East, Ron Berry, Isle of Man’s e-Commerce Advisor, details how the government of this little independent island is trying to be a pioneer in a field where many larger nations are struggling, namely finding a way to compensate musicians in a digital age. The basic idea is to charge Internet users a flat fee for access to music online through their Internet Service Provider and then pass that money on to the collection societies, record labels and other interest groups. Will it work? You’ll be the judge. Safe to say that it’s an interesting experiment.