News Radio International
complies fully with international copyright laws, including those
pertaining to music copyright.
News Radio International owns full
international rights to ALL music incorporated in its
output - including composition and public performance rights. This
includes all jingles, station idents and any incidental music included in advertising
Because of the cost of
international licensing, this station does NOT broadcast ANY material
subject to control by any performing rights organisation, including
Sound Exchange, SESAC, PRS, PPL etc.
or all of the
text used in our "News Brief" bulletins may be sourced from
Wikipedia and covered by the
Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional
terms may apply.
Wikinews is licensed as
Creative Commons Attribution 2.5
Our station's audio output is protected
by copyright and may not be copied, retained, adapted or distributed
in any form without our express written consent. Specific copyright
laws apply to news reporting and we will take action against any party
which violates our copyright.
News material is obtained from a
variety of sources, including staff and freelance reporters, agency
newswires and public domain material. We will not knowingly transmit material which infringes copyright.
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