The Who rockers Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey have fallen out over plans to charge fans to watch webcasts of the band's European tour. The band has been charging $10 (GBP5.50) for access to the footage, with all proceeds being donated to charity, but Daltrey is unconvinced about the benefits of the band using modern technology. Townshend writes on his website: "Roger seems to think when I provide bandwidth for The Who website, and for live streaming, he is being exploited in some way and wants a piece of the future 'profit'. "Don't think there is much chance of profit when it is all aimed at charity. "Daltrey seems to be unconvinced that the web has any real contribution to make to our career, and I am not going to spend any more time or money mortgaging my half of the stage."