NET30 by Nexo Radio

Music Rights and Royalties

The United States Copyright Act of 1976

The United States Copyright Act of 1976 protects original works of authorship. The author has exclusive rights and the option to retain, license, or sell exclusive rights to others interested in owning or commercially exploiting them.The actual copyright allows the owner or holder to prevent the use of material without the expressed consent of the owner. Unauthorized use of copyrighted work results in copyright infringement, and the party in question could be subjected to major fines and immediately need to cease use of the work.

Here is where music licensing comes in. Music licensing, is essentially, the process of getting permission to use a copyrighted work in specific contexts. The context relevant here is the licensing you need to play copyrighted music, to a public audience, in the location of your restaurant or bar.

Additional info by pressing HERE.

YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WITH US COVERS THIS, SO DON’T WORRY 🙂 WE GOT YOU COVERED.

en_USEnglish (United States)