Yes, all M&S programs are available for both TV/Cable and radio
27:56, allowing for adjacent advertising or station IDs
M&SW programs are not worship services, and contain no sermons or religious doctrine. Some of the songs performed are hymns and spirituals.
Stations airing M&SW programs must hold blanket music licensing, or pay the music licensing organizations for each song played. A couple of Christmas programs and one Easter program are exempt from this requirement.
Contact either Gregg or Terry in the Contact Us section
There are no commercial breaks in M&SW programs. M&SW is a community service program, and as such must air without any advertising or sponsorship revenue.
Music & the Spoken Word is a community service program, and as such must air without any advertising or sponsorship revenue. There are no commercial breaks in M&SW programs.
Weekly program: There is no market exclusivity, but we require that airing stations in a given medium (TV/Cable or radio) not air within two hours of each other. Holiday programs: Unless otherwise specified, there is no exclusivity for holiday special programming.
Yes and yes. Many broadcasters air both weekly and seasonal broadcasts. And each program can be aired multiple times.
Not yet. We’re exploring what it would take to secure on-demand music licensing.
Each show is numbered, and airing guides list which show airs each week. An airing guide for broadcasters who download M&SW is available on the download site. Broadcasters receiving shows on tape or disc use a different airing guide, and can contact Debbie Webb at 801-237-2455 or email@example.com for a copy.