How to Broadcast a Radio Station at a Business Within the Copyright Laws

Posted: June 3, 2011 in AM Radio, Copyright, Disc Jockey, eHow, FM Radio, Internet Broadcasting, Internet Radio, Law, music, Radio Broadcasting, Radio Stations, Satellite Radio, Streaming Web Radio, Terrestrial Radio
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By Lori Spencer


If you enjoy playing the radio as background music for employees and customers at your place of business, you may unwittingly be violating copyright laws. Without a proper license or permission from the copyright owner, re-broadcasting music is illegal. The best way to avoid this potential problem is to simply acquire a license from Broadcast Music International (BMI), the American Societyof Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) or the performing rights organization…


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