Legality of monetizing podcast.

Modified on Mon, 8 Apr at 4:55 AM

Using copyrighted music legally in your podcast often involves royalty payments. This means that if your podcast earns money, a portion goes to the artists whose music you use. To handle this, we work with a performing rights organization (PRO) and music licensing agencies. They collect royalties from your podcast and distribute them to the artists. Our aim in this process is to ensure that every artist receives their fair share for their contributions. Important to note that the more fans actively support these podcasts, the greater share of royalties artists will receive., However, navigating this process can be quite challenging.

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