Five FAQs About Music Licensing for Restaurants

July 12, 2012

White Paper

Acquiring legal permission to play music in a restaurant can be complicated, time-consuming and costly. Fortunately, there are easy, efficient, effective ways to cut through the clutter of music licensing. This white paper, sponsored by the Boulder, Colo.-based music service firm Custom Channels, answers five crucial questions to help operators make sound decisions when adding music to a restaurant’s repertoire. Learn:

• Is a music license really necessary?
• Are radio stations or Internet services, such as Pandora, OK to play in a restaurant?
• Who is responsible for a live music license?
• How can a restaurant be sure its music licensing is correct?
• What are the benefits of adding licensed music?

Topics: Legal Issues , Music Services , Systems / Technology


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