[JPL] featuring CDs

Eric Jackson eric-jackson at comcast.net
Tue Oct 28 13:16:33 EDT 2008

Eric Hines wrote:

> Huh. That's interesting (and a whole lot more reasonable). I've seen
> legal opinions, though, that say broadcast stations have to comply with
> the restrictions.

The rules also deal with forward promotion. If what you said is true, 
Eric, my guess is that some stations may be in violation of that part of 
the law. I don't recall exactly what the restrictions are on forward 
promotion but if anyone is really concerned about compliance they should 
make sure they are aware of the rules regarding forward promotion.

Eric Jackson
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> Though, I agree that Sound Exchange, etc, probably have better things
> to do than enforce the rules against jazz stations,
> --eric
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> Mark Zaborney wrote:
>> Haven't seen any advice offered to Hans Ahlstrom's post from the
> other 
>> day (see below). I'm curious, too. I'll ask another way. We webstream
>> and so are told to hew to the rules -- including prohibitions on
> playing 
>> more than three consecutive or four total tracks from an artist or a
>> compilation in any three-hour period. So when I see such playlists on
>> jpl as "Two hours of the many moods of Ish Kabibble" (to give a 
>> ridiculous example) from stations that stream, I wonder: How do they
> do 
>> that? Same when I read after a notable person's death the posts
> saying, 
>> "I'll devote my entire show tonight to so-and-so." How do you do it

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