Copyright Issues for Broadcasters

August 19, 2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)


Whether on-air or online, broadcasters constantly face copyright issues in their operations. Music licensing is always so confusing – who are all these organizations that want money and why should I pay them? How much will my radio station pay to make its programming available on various digital platforms? Can I use pictures or content from other sources in my newscast without getting permission from the originator? What can I put in a podcast without permission – or what can I use in a commercial without getting into trouble? How about online – can pictures on my website get me into trouble – and how about material that is posted on my website by users? All these and more will be discussed in our webcast on August 19 when David Oxenford from Wilkinson Barker Knauer law firm in Washington DC highlights some of the copyright issues that can arise in your operations, and provides some suggestions about ways to avoid some of the most common problems.

United States

Contact Information

Michigan Association of Broadcasters
Name: Dan Kelley
Phone: 517-484-7444
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