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More or Less Radio Talk => Music Talk => Topic started by: Jhonny on May 31, 2019, 02:53:57 PM

Title: how to get music to stream.
Post by: Jhonny on May 31, 2019, 02:53:57 PM
do what i do buy singles LPs tapes discs and so on in second hand stores, then it is legal.  8)
but don't forget that you have to pay royalties for streaming. :hihi:
 
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: FreerunMedia on June 05, 2019, 04:14:07 PM
do what i do buy singles LPs tapes discs and so on in second hand stores, then it is legal.  8)
but don't forget that you have to pay royalties for streaming. :hihi:

Ssssttttt don't tell anyone but if you download MP3 or wav from any source and you pay Buma/Stermra or something like that, it is legal play ;-)
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: Calypso on June 06, 2019, 03:43:24 PM
Ssssttttt don't tell anyone but if you download MP3 or wav from any source and you pay Buma/Stermra or something like that, it is legal play ;-)

If that's so, where can I find a (legal) document that states so?
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: FreerunMedia on June 08, 2019, 01:26:48 PM
If that's so, where can I find a (legal) document that states so?


I don't know if there is a legal document on that but in the Netherlands with Buma/Stemra/Sena you pay for each song played. The source doesn't matter in this case. One thing it is prohibited to restream a track from another station. So you have to have the track locally.
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: Calypso on June 08, 2019, 02:32:19 PM


I don't know if there is a legal document on that but in the Netherlands with Buma/Stemra/Sena you pay for each song played. The source doesn't matter in this case. One thing it is prohibited to restream a track from another station. So you have to have the track locally.

Again: where can I find a document, coming from a legal source (e.g. Buma/Stemra/Sena), that states this? I have had this discussion with several people before where my opinion was the same as yours, but have never had or could never find a document that states this.
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: Jhonny on June 08, 2019, 03:55:31 PM
https://spacial.com/stream-licensing-internet-radio-stations/ (https://spacial.com/stream-licensing-internet-radio-stations/)
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: Calypso on June 09, 2019, 07:55:02 AM
https://spacial.com/stream-licensing-internet-radio-stations/ (https://spacial.com/stream-licensing-internet-radio-stations/)

This says nothing about the source of the tracks you're playing. It's only mentioning types of licenses you have to obtain in different countries.
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: Jhonny on June 09, 2019, 08:25:22 AM
Hard to find back, but I have read that the sorce does not matter for every track played, roialty are due
so via an internet stream your station will also play the track at that time.
I am still looking further if I can find it again
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: He-j on June 09, 2019, 10:20:49 AM
The only thing I can find about Buma/Stemra using Online Radio is this website:
https://www.bumastemra.nl/muziekgebruikers/type-gebruikers/ (https://www.bumastemra.nl/muziekgebruikers/type-gebruikers/)

At the bottom of this page you will read about Online radio.

On the right side there is a link to the Algemene Voorwaarden. I have not found anything about the source of the tracks.

Beside Buma/Stemra you also have to contribute to SENA.
https://sena.nl/files/original/tarieven-online-muziekgebruik-2019.pdf (https://sena.nl/files/original/tarieven-online-muziekgebruik-2019.pdf)

On this website of Stichting Webcasting you will find more about these subjects:
https://www.stichtingwebcasting.nl/ (https://www.stichtingwebcasting.nl/)
Title: Re: how to get music to stream.
Post by: Jhonny on June 09, 2019, 11:38:59 AM
A person wants the same thing. :hihi:
response is:

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Take a look at the recent events. Nederland.FM who has problems with BUMA / SENA while only linking to streams. Then the situation with 538 that gets into trouble with podcasts. I think they will also be annoying about this. Only you don't have the nice lawyers they can afford. Just a twitter advice from my side: #do not.
In addition, how did you feel about your own payment?