Jan 13, 2018 at 20:41 o\clock

PIRATE Karaoke Operations, and Why You Shouldn't Hire Them

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The entertainment licensing fees paid to BMI, ASCAP, etc. will not likely protect you or your business when you have knowingly hired a PIRATE Karaoke Host. The copies of the music, the pictures and lyrics shown on the watch's screen, as well as the performances of those works inside your venue, are indeed illegal. DJ's and KJ's who offer a huge number of song selections, and cannot offer proof of their legality, are pirates. YOU, being a Club, Venue or Event host could be held legally and financially accountable for a pirate's copyright and or trademark infringements. A venue owner who knowingly hires a contractor that is certainly in violation from the law, risks sanctions like the possible loss of their liquor license. Your Entertainment Licenses will not cover a Pirate, or save you from possible prosecution! "Individuals or Businesses that have a very financial take advantage of providing a chance for such infringing individuals or businesses to function, build a liability for themselves and may be found to own vicarious or contributory liability." (as quoted straight from: The KIAA WebSite) It is up to YOU as the person, or corporate representative in charge of employing said Karaoke Entertainment to look for the legal status of your respective entertainers. The easiest way is to view their CD+G Discs, or require proof of legal compliance. REAL discs are "original" factory labeled discs, NEVER "burned copies". If Your Entertainers use digital formats including PC, Laptop, or Hard-drive units, ask to view the initial discs which are loaded into their system, or perhaps a verifiable digital license. If they hand you excuses, or will not adhere to your reasonable request, you need to wish them well, point out the error of the ways, and say GOOD-BYE! Note: If you hire an entertainment company https://5reviewed.com/technology/entertainment/best-bluetooth-speaker-with-microphone-review-personal-karaoke-machine/?id=575d6628bb2e68936155145c00cb94f4 bluetooth karaoke microphone https://5reviewed.com/technology/entertainment/best-bluetooth-speaker-with-microphone-review-personal-karaoke-machine/?id=db2cdea2173b55476d711029d697f6be bluetooth karaoke microphone https://5reviewed.com/technology/entertainment/best-bluetooth-speaker-with-microphone-review-personal-karaoke-machine/?id=ad1a46af3d84b761e2ceed98f7433ac5 bluetooth karaoke microphone that has several KJ's working with a number of different systems, EACH system MUST be supported with it's own individual pair of Factory Original Discs or licensed verifiable copies... when they aren't, these are PIRATES! Several systems can not be paid by only one pair of original discs or one list of licensed verifiable digital copies. It may be expensive, but it's the LAW. Little known fact: The alterations in copyright law and "fair use" are on-going. Most legal sources maintain that "fair use" includes the transfer of digital media as: "1 to 1"... HOWEVER the commercial use of copied (burned) Karaoke CD+Gs is just not legal for usage in venues for profit (even for free drinks)... Commercial for profit Karaoke MUST be either through the Factory Original Discs or from Licensed Digital Copies ONLY. In closing, please remember... Hiring a "PIRATE" karaoke provider may help you save a little money in the short term, but getting caught up in the legal problems of an law suit will be more trouble than it's worth!

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