Exploiting an online streaming platform with content that incorporate music
Exploiting an online streaming platform, commercial and non-commercial radio and TV channels over the Internet. For example, exploiting an Internet site that provides podcasts, audiobooks, music included in podcasts, in audiobooks, a web radio, a streaming service such as Apple Music or Spotify, a web TV channel, or the web site of a record label that allows to directly listen to the music of its roster of artists without the use of an existing third party such as Spotify.
Warning: it is important to distinguish broadcasting and production. If you also create the content you broadcast, please refer to the Production section.Read more
Integrating or sharing music hosted by an online music platform
Integrating and sharing musical content hosted on a legal platform for on demand, interactive, semi-interactive, non-interactive streaming or download. Think of sharing a song hosted by YouTube on Facebook, integrating a Spotify player in your blog, or integrating a Vimeo player on your web site.Read more
Broadcasting music on the radio or on television
Broadcasting music on the radio, on TV or on cable channels. For example, whether you are a business or an individual, and you broadcast music during a radio, TV show, etc.Read more
Performing music during a concert or event
Presentation of a concert or performing music during an event. Think of a show, exhibition, fair, reception, conference, sporting event, marching band, certain circus shows, ice show, fireworks, comedy show or recreational or multimedia installations.Read more
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