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Music Licensing Requirements

Aug 10
2016

Performing rights organizations (PROs), such as BMI, SESAC, and others act as intermediaries between restaurants and songwriters to protect intellectual property and make licensing more cost-effective and convenient. Restaurants pay a fee to the PROs for a blanket license that grants permission to use all of the music each organization represents, and they, in turn, distribute the fees, less operating expenses, to their affiliated songwriters, publishers and composers as royalties. Learn more and find more resources in the Resource Center.

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Can't I use Royalty free music services like Music Paradise pro (http://musicparadiseproapp.com) to play songs on My restaurant? These apps only provide me common licensed music. In that is is raise any license problem?

Thank you for your inquiry. Please call me at 512-457-4100 to discuss music licensing. Kenneth Besserman

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