Media Chain

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All participating broadcaster panel servers are connected with the Broadcaster Media Chain. Every piece of music is registered and logged by the blockchain.

With smart contracts of the blockchain all copy right holders claim their identity and get their payout following the contract and usage by the stations and their DJ's.

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Smart Contracts

Every track being uploaded by their owners themselves or by DJ's or Station managers will be linked to the blockchain.

Depending on the smart contracts there can be a payout to their rightful owners and to the stations. When stations upload their own media, and identify the ownership by tagging and updating the media data. Also the participating radio stations will get the information provided from the chain once recognized.

Frequently Asked Question

about Broadcaster Media Chain

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            Internet radio broadcasters are obligated to pay royalties for the music they broadcast. This is something they have to arrange themselves with the royalty organization of their choice. Broadcaster Panel provides the playlists in several formats, prepared and adjusted for these royalty protectors. There are 3 type of media files collected for each radio station. Protected by the platform to avoid download and re-sharing. 

            1) Music uploaded by the radio managers themselves.
                    This media is royalty protected unless defined otherwise. An exception could be a written contract where artists reject their royalty rights. So called demo's they send to the station manager. But many royalty organizations reject this excuse, so they have to pay. This is what most of the artists are currently used to see in the music industry.

            2) Music uploaded by commercial partners.
                    This media is royalty protected unless defined otherwise. These providers only provide the music to the radio stations. This is almost never royalty free or signed with contracts between radio station and artist. These tracks will be listed for royalty fee calculations collected by the royalty organizations.

            3) Music upload by authenticated artists, labels and promoters.
                    This media is royalty free defined in the network and radio stations won't need to pay royalties when they use it in their broadcasts. They are not listed in the royalty lists, depending on the format. If listed often marked as royalty free.

            For each airtime of the third type of media, Broadcaster Chain will calculate the earnings by using a division key based on advertising income over the block chain for all broadcasters using the Broadcaster Panel Chain network. These earnings are being paid by Broadcaster panel itself.These payouts are frequented with a maximum of once per 2 weeks and with a minimum earned amount of 50,00 Euro or more. When no advertising is registered, or less advertising is being sold, the amount will drop. More advertising income means more income for artists and station managers. Your value is calculated on the real popularity of your work, protected by the blockchain, so no one can alter the results of your value calculations.

            At the time of this writing we are on speaking terms with organizations, artists, labels and promoters, and with certified block chain providers like the biggest end current one of the best providers like IBM.

            Identification Process Artists & Bands

             

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            Each artist, band or other rightful holders will need to be identified for making it possible to have a proper and rightful payout system. Yet once again, completing forms and signatures, is besides time consuming also a risk. Especially when you don't know the remote party you're registering with.


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