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Shane RossRe: Music copyright and show copyright Q's
by on Jul 23, 2011 at 12:42:05 am

Dunno about #1, but I can take on #2.

You need to license music. You cannot use ANY music for ANY length of time unless you paid for it. Either from composers, or music libraries, or license popular music (which will cost more than your annual salary). This means that if you want to use any Lady Gaga music, you must pay the music company $50,000...even if you use 10 seconds....and they must first give the OK that you can do that. Doesn't matter if this is a web show or not. YouTube videos of kids singing to popular songs are yanked down daily.

Places like Extreme Music and MegaTraxx will require you to pay for songs, and on a sliding scale, depending on where the show airs, and how. And there are sites where you can buy music and use them anywhere you like, but those songs more often than not....suck.

Shane

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