On 30/11/11 15:13, Renato wrote:
Presumably because they hadn't paid for a licence to publicly broadcast
Just because something is done by a charity or not-for-profit
organisation doesn't mean that the law doesn't apply to them. It makes
perfect sense to me -- if TV or radio have to pay royalties when
broadcasting, it seems only fair that other public broadcasters (whether
over the airwaves or via a public address system) do the same.
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