I’ve heard that it’s a violation of copyright to use radio stations or CDs for music in a...
retail setting (unless you own the rights.) Is there a way around this?
if you start the radio station then it means you have to select a certain frequency, so you need to register that frequency so that no one can object on that.
For CDs, you just have the legal rights that what you are selling is totally according to standards and later on you can register your business or work for copyright.
by Heather Baker 4 years ago
A local station where I live posted something on Facebook that just made my blood run cold. An ad for something they were doing on their night time shows, break up with your significant other live on the air. While I understand they are geared towards a younger audience, I was...
by RobertJPabon 8 years ago
If you could change anything about FM radio stations what would it be?It could be anything.
by LiamBean 2 weeks ago
At least four of the articles that have the red © symbol refer back to the article itself if I check the link. Could you folks check on that please?
by Falsor Wing 8 years ago
I've always wondered about this. The only reason I can think of is because radio stations don't like songs longer than that and won't play them while songs under a certain length leave the listener sort of POed. thoughts?
by The Examiner-1 3 years ago
What genre of music do you listen to?I wondered what genre was listened to, and why. Perhaps the favorite radio station could not be found, or tuned in for some reason. All that I can get in my area are country radio stations. I cannot get it on TV, can you?
by Tricia1000 6 years ago
Is pinning to Pinterest a violation of copyright laws?Unless you are pinning your own work and pin someone else's work, you might be violating copyright as you do not own the rights to this work.
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