Pandora-BMI case: In the Feb. 10 Business section, an article about a trial involving Pandora Media Inc. and Broadcast Music Inc. said that radio stations paid BMI an average of $150 million a year each for licensing fees. It is the stations combined that pay an average of $150 million a year. Also, the article said that Pandora had bought radio station KXMZ in South Dakota two years ago. That purchase is still pending regulatory approval.
Obama-Netanyahu feud: In the Feb. 11 Section A, an article about Israelis' worries over relations between the U.S. and Israel referred to Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont as a Democrat. He is an independent.
Primary system: In the Feb. 8 California section, a California Politics column about the state's top-two primary said that voters with no party preference were forbidden to cast ballots under the old system of choosing nominees. In June 2010, when the top-two measure was before voters, the rules allowed such voters to cast a ballot in the Democratic or Republican primary if they requested.
Taxidermist: In the Feb. 11 Section A, an article about bird taxidermist Igor Caragodin misstated his age. He is 52, not 55. The article also misidentified fellow taxidermist Darius Mostoufi as David Moustifi.
High school basketball: In the Feb. 11 Sports section, an article about Beverly Hills High School's defeat of Santa Monica High School in a boys' basketball game Tuesday night gave the score as 64-50. The score was Beverly Hills 56, Santa Monica 40.