Live365 Crosses the Atlantic with Licensing from PPL and PRS for Music in the UK
For Immediate Release:
Pittsburgh, Pa (October 29, 2018) -- Live365, an original pioneer in internet radio and broadcasting services, announced today broadcasters and listeners in the United Kingdom will be able to utilize the Live365 platform that is home to thousands of stations.
With newly negotiated agreements, effective as of Oct. 1, 2018, Live365 has removed the sitewide geo-block and streaming is now available to all listeners in the U.K. Mobile apps and other Live365 distribution will be opened in the coming weeks. Live365 now welcomes all existing and future U.K. broadcasters to the platform, where they will find built-in licensing for their digital streams. Not only are PPL and PRS for Music bundled into the platform packages, but all Live365 packages also include full U.S. and Canadian coverage.
“Our mission continues to expand by delivering the most diverse audio content to users around the world while ensuring rights holders are fairly compensated,” stated Live365’s CEO, Jon Stephenson. “Other platforms willfully exploit copyrights as part of their business model. Live365 is the compliant solution for webcasters that benefits the entire music industry.”
Since the original Live365’s inception in 1999, the company has been innovating the internet radio and broadcasting space. The new Live365 radio network features hundreds of genres of diverse music and talk curated and programmed by real humans. Live365’s end-to-end broadcast platform enables individuals and organizations alike by giving them a voice to reach audiences through easy-to-use tools and services, as well as fully compliant licensing coverage and monetization options.
606 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222