Thinking about using 15 seconds or less of music in your podcast?
We’ve already seen copyright claims and demonization plaguing creators on YouTube and it’s likely going to keep getting worse.
I was reading an article that explained how Pex, an independent video and music analytics and rights management service, can scan content on different digital platforms and identify copyrighted music and audio clips as short as a half-a-second in length.
On a serious note, who is making it easier to use licensed music? I see so much around busting and stopping people. Who is helping them? Something to consider.
Original Medium: Startup Pex Can Now Scan Apple Podcasts for Music Clips (Article)