Royalty-Free Music For Podcasts

Posted: Aug 25 2005, 2:03am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:23pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Royalty-Free Music for Podcasts
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PodShow, Inc. announces the Podsafe Music Network, the first independent online community that connects artists, podcasters and listeners, where fresh music can be discovered and used royalty-free.

For podcasters, the PodSafe Music Network provides instant access to songs, interviews, and other elements as well as the tools and systems that can be used by podcasters to create royalty-free music podcasts, as well as to build and monetize a listener base.
The more Podcasts become mainstream, the more it is going to be important to take care of copyrights and royalties. So free to use music is a great thing, as most Podcasters have no way of getting paid for their podcasts.
More details in this press-release. The podsafe music network can be accessed here.PodShow Inc. seems to be hot start-up, being funded by famous VC's Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

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