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Old 12th January 2018, 05:56   #3
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yes you are fully responsible for providing any content you wish to broadcast. you may use any method of obtaining the material you wish. i have found that many times if you contact the label or artist and explain to them that you are a broadcaster trying to build the initial library, that they will, more often than not, send you music for free.

itunes and amazon are both valid means as well. but to me that sounds like it can get pretty expensive quickly. depending on what methods you will be using to generate income to cover the stations cost, it may be a while before you see any return on the investment.

depending on what type of music makes a big difference as well.. theres plenty of free, royalty free music out there for the taking as well.

then theres always yardsales, thrift stores, and bargain bins at the local music store... cd's for a buck, etc
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