Radio’s future is getting paid and paying for music

Radio broadcasters could check the music status and even pay for (or get paid to play) new music with a simple click of a computer mouse. Both radio stations and copyright owners can get significant new revenue depending on the strategy of the radio station and the copyright owner: Some music copyright owners will make money by giving radio stations permission to play the music for a small fee; others may offer exclusives by market; and some copyright owners, including those owning songs associated with movies or products or upcoming concerts, will pay radio stations to play their music.


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