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PostPosted: December 17th, 2008, 4:16 pm 
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How I can configure that requests play immediately? For example - some song (auto) plays, and when the request is recieved, song is canceled and request is playing...

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PostPosted: December 17th, 2008, 4:36 pm 
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and why when i set mode to Auto/Queue (whatever) and in Queue are some songs. if i delete them (button Delete)

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they plays anyways? :?


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PostPosted: December 18th, 2008, 8:41 am 
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or - mode is Queue and then some songs are in Queue, but instead of playing them all, he every (xx) songs put somethnig totally different :?


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PostPosted: December 18th, 2008, 11:47 am 
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phissen wrote:
How I can configure that requests play immediately? For example - some song (auto) plays, and when the request is recieved, song is canceled and request is playing...

Thank you :)


Normally according on the settings Requests can stay in Request table or they can immediately go to the TOP of the Queue..

For a song to be cancelled and played immediately, You have to write a PAL Script for it..

But for immediately playing a request, cancelling a playing song sounds like a very bad idea to me..

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PostPosted: December 18th, 2008, 11:54 am 
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Especially if you're a US broadcaster. It's against the law. Requests must be delayed by at least 60 minutes.

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PostPosted: December 18th, 2008, 12:52 pm 
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Against the law? And who actually polices that? Also, it would depend whether you're a commercial or independent broadcaster... would it not?

Just curious!

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PostPosted: December 18th, 2008, 1:10 pm 
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It's called the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. It's that little ditty that says how often you can stream certain artists, albums, and tracks, how you cannot post stuff on your website in advance, and how you must delay requests by a minimum of one hour. And it doesn't matter - if you stream on the Internet you are required to abide. Several agencies have authority to enforce it's provisions.

Start here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Mi ... yright_Act
http://wiki.live365.com/pmwiki.php?n=Broadcasting.DMCA

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PostPosted: December 18th, 2008, 1:58 pm 
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I do not read anything that would apply to a station like ours. We play non-commercial, unsigned/Indie artist's music only - nothing mainstream. Those Indie/Unsigned artists placing their music onto our website are giving us the right to play their music at any time.

I am not seeing this addressed in the DMCA at all.

Unless, of course, I am missing something ... been known to do that :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: December 18th, 2008, 2:57 pm 
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If copyright owners have given you (preferably written) permission to play their stuff, you're cool. Your artists should register with Sound Exchange, however, in the event that they're getting play that would entitle them to royalties. SE has been known to bank funds for artists it "couldn't find" (like the Cryan' Shames at cryanshames.com!) or who "didn't ask" for their money.

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PostPosted: December 19th, 2008, 8:30 pm 
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radiowayne notes that as part of the whole DMCA thing Sound Exchange collects for all artists played in the US on internet radio. There is no distinction for un-signed, independent artists. radiowayne believes the only way to get around this is to direct license the artists, which would be a written document. radiowayne read somewhere else, he can't remember where because he is old, that SE expects to be notified by the artists if they are being direct licensed.

But, then again, he could be wrong.

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