ASCAP, BMI Consent Decrees

As if businesses didn't have enough to worry about in terms of increased costs and regulations, now we learn that businesses that play music could be paying a lot more in music licensing costs if the U.S. Department of Justice scraps or modifies nearly...

Music For Your Business: Watch Out For Problems When Trying To Do-It-Yourself

Many business owners, especially owners of restaurants, bars and coffee shops, like to play “their own music” – meaning music they have on their iPod, iTunes, iPad or CD’s. It gives them a feeling of control to get the sound they want in their restaurant...

How much would you pay for music in your business?

When music is played in a business, the business owners are required to pay copyright royalties on the songs. By using most credible music services, like Custom Channels, Muzak, Mood Media or RockBot, music licensing is included in the monthly...

Music: An Important Part of This Business

Custom Channels music plays in all types of businesses. We're heard in the top-of-mind locations like restaurants, medical/dental offices, retail stores, hotels, barbershops, coffee shops, and spas. And you'll find us in some surprising locations not...

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High Music Repetition on SiriusXM

We've talked to people in retail, restaurants, and offices who use SiriusXM satellite radio. The word that keeps being repeated is repetition. Owners and employees tell us they hear the same songs repeated all the time on SiriusXM radio...

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What Your Business Can Learn From A Barbershop

With music becoming an integral part of the brand and the experience for many businesses and concepts, this barbershop’s branding practices are applicable to other industries. Floyd's 99 Barbershop is the brainchild of Paul, Rob and Bill...

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