For today’s daily audiophile roundup I would like to share another article written by Bobby Owinski on his music blog music3point0.blogspot.com. Pay to play has long been part of the city club scene. For the exposure of playing a club the band must sell tickets for their shows, that is the only way the band can make money. It is not popular with musicians and now the practice has spread to internet radio! Some streaming radio services charge bands for a place on their playlist.
Is this getting out of hand or what? Or is it just another fair means of making a buck? Read the article and let me know your take:
Now It’s Pay To Play Radio
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