Okay, the owner of the copyright on the broadcast material is paid a
substantial royalty for each and every COMMERCIAl broadcast, that is,
one where advertising is sold or a fee for viewing/admission is charged.
There is no fee at a USA public library.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jacquesdebierue" < >
> I'm talking about radio and television broadcasting and about showing
> movies publicly. You have to pay. And if you play somebody's song with
> your band, you have to pay. as long as it's in copyright.
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