General Chat Thread, MP3 and CD Audio usage legality in General; Over the last few days we have had numerous requests from various departments in our school to play music cds/mp3s ...
9th November 2007, 11:51 AM #1
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MP3 and CD Audio usage legality
Over the last few days we have had numerous requests from various departments in our school to play music cds/mp3s over our network.
Now we currently have a no license for Public Performances of music from CDs/MP3s
How are you guys managing this?
We have recently setup audio equipment in our dining rooms for pupils to listen to background music
our understanding is we need a PPL (Public Performance licence) for this to be legal?.
9th November 2007, 11:58 AM #2
Re: MP3 and CD Audio usage legality
We purchase a combined licence from our LEA which includes a PPL (Phonographic Performance Limited) - This licence allows schools the use of copyright sound recordings on school premises for extra - curricular use.
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