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8 Common Questions About Trademark

By Nicholas Rubright on under Legal Music Tips, Legal Music for Business, Music Industry Law, Trademark

Trademark can get confusing quickly. If you're looking to protect your brand, it's a good idea to have an understanding of what you're getting into. (adsbygoogle


iHeartRadio for Business - Is iHeartRadio Right for Your Business?

By Nicholas Rubright on under Music Licensing, Dozmia for Business, Legal Music for Business, Background Music, iHeartRadio for Business, Business

As a consumer, iHeartRadio is a good music service if you're looking to create your own stations based on artists, albums, or songs, or even looking


4 Options for Getting Licensed Music for Business Use

By Nicholas Rubright on under Legal Music for Business, Background Music, Dozmia for Business, Music for Business, BMI License, ASCAP License, SESAC License, Music Licensing, Business

Using music legally in a business setting can be difficult if you don't understand the legalities of it. It's important to approach playing music for your


Retail Music and Radio Providers - Why Use a Custom In Store Background Music Service

By Nicholas Rubright on under Business, Music for Business, Dozmia for Business, Legal Music for Business, Business License for Music, Retail Music, In Store Music, Custom Music for Business

Many retail establishments use pre-programed music solutions. Often times, customized music programming may be a better option. Custom music can provide more personality for brand and


13 Common Questions About Music Licensing for Businesses

By Nicholas Rubright on under Business, Dozmia for Business, Music for Business, Legal Music for Business, Music Licensing, Business License for Music, BMI License, ASCAP License, SESAC License, BMI, ASCAP, SESAC

Similarly to authors of books, songs are protected under copyright law to protect the songwriters. Because of this, it is generally illegal to play music in