Nielsen Music interviewed about 5,000 small businesses that own one or more stores or premises open to the public in seven different countries, excluding the Big chains such as McDonald’s and Subway: United States, United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Germany and France, creating the largest studio on background music conducted on the market to date.
Most business owners and stores believe they can use personal music accounts and that they have signed a subscription with one of these realities, giving them the right to use it even in premises open to the public they own, such as background music.
All this is absolutely wrong; accounts such as Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music or YouTube, even if paid, do not provide a license to use in premises open to the public even if, as due, you are in good standing with the licenses to broadcast your country.
It is therefore necessary to sign a subscription for an in-store radio with an authorized Music Provider with a specific license and also to obtain the distribution license provided for by the individual rules.
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