Licensing and Legal

What is DMCA?
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a United States copyright law that implements two 1996 treaties of the World Intellectual Property Organizati...
How long does Live365 retain my library after my subscription lapses?
Our current policy on subscription lapses is that the files in your Live365 library will remain intact for 60 days after you cancel your broadcaster subscri...
Can I have sponsors for my station?
Absolutely! We do want you to be able to run a successful station, and we know that sponsorships and donations can be a large part of that success.  You...
Do I have to get my own music licensing?
You are not required to obtain your own licensing. All standard Live365 Broadcaster packages offer customers a "one-stop" service by providing ban...
Do your music licenses cover foreign music?
Our current licenses in place do cover foreign music. The copyright licensing bodies that we work with (BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, SOCAN, Re:Sound, PPL, and PRS for...
How can I reduce my streaming costs with ads?
When you sign up for Live365, you can choose a package with ads or without ads. Here's a comparison of the monthly cost of packages without ads to pack...
How much money do I earn from the Ad Revenue Share Program?
By opting in to the Advertising Revenue Share Program, you, as a Broadcaster, give Live365 exclusive control over the ads that are played on your station.  ...
Can I 'sell' my air space to local businesses for advertising?
Currently, U.S.-based stations are permitted to insert third-party paid advertising into their station’s programming. We are working with our partners and v...
Will the Music Modernization Act change my Live365 account?
The Music Modernization Act will not impact your Live365 station or bill in any way. Thankfully, Live365 has been ahead of these key changes, are already co...