Broadcast Music, Inc.


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Broadcast Music, Inc.

A nonprofit organization that collects royalties on the broadcast of music and distributes them to their composers and songwriters. The broadcast may occur on radio or television, in a nightclub, or elsewhere. It also issues licenses to organizations to broadcast this music in the first place. It was established in 1939 and has offices in seven locations across the United States.
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