Old 26th July 2003, 16:11   #1
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Hey i just wanted to ask
if its legally to send music over Shoutcast..
i mean you know like a radio station with listners..
Damn you guys already know this
so is it legally??

cause me and my friends are making a group with some Djs a server.
Station 6(SiC)6
soo.. is it legally?

is it really... 100% Legally and free????


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Old 26th July 2003, 17:09   #2
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depends where you live. Check out this write up on the legal issues surrounding internet radio in the U.S.

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Old 26th July 2003, 18:29   #3
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Streaming legally can be very expensive and time consuming. Typically you must pay about $2,530 per year in licensing fees and you must submit detailed playlist and listener reports every quarter. However, an alternative is available which may be of interest to you:


Once you have found a SHOUTcast streamhost, you just follow just a few simple rules, and you are covered. You can also register for power features like daily activity reports, automated program schedules, listener feedback notification, XML/Javascript statistics APIs, custom preroll sweeper hosting, etc.


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Legal Disclaimer: The information hereinbefore is not intended to constitute legal advice or consultation nor does it form a legally binding contract.
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