Re: [podcasters] Permission to play promos
- If someone had a promo and didn't want it played without permission, I would
have some concern for their state of mind.
Don A. Dehm
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On 7/12/07, Paul McElligott <mcelligott.paul@...> wrote:
> If someone has put their promo out there, I think permission is more
> or less implied. It would be considerate to inform them that you
> playing it.
> On 7/12/07, Ivy Reisner <ivy@... <ivy%40kehinde.com>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > One more question. What's the etiquette of playing
> > someone else's promo? I have a writing podcast called
> > The WritingCast (simple MP3, so no technical issues
> > there). Part 2 of the show is the main topic and part
> > 3 is a writing prompt, but I feel like I need
> > something to separate the two.
> > So how do I go about this? Do I e-mail the person
> > whose promo I want to use and ask permission? Are
> > promos by their nature considered open game, play them
> > whenever you want? What would be the polite thing to
> > do?
> > Thanks for the info.
> > Yours,
> > Ivy
> Paul McElligott
> "A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any other human
> invention in human history ... with the possible exception of handguns
> and tequila."
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