Old article greatly in need of updating. Doesn’t cover the most important question of how people can get a statutory license to use copyrighted music. All this provide are links to generic royalty-free sellers. Much of that is muzak-level pabulum, though there are some hard working artists such as on Musicbed actually worth the money. And while I grit my teeth to recommend the corporate music oligarchy, your article is incomplete by not mentioning podcastmusic.com where podcasters can license music by known artists, if SoundExchange and SourceAudio follow through on their promises.

Philosophy professor reaching out beyond the ivory tower. elmhurst.academia.edu/DouglasGiles. I also run WorldFusionRadio.com and InsertPhilosophyHere.com.

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