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July 20, 2005

Podcasting Responsibly

Garagespin: Adam Curry, a/k/a the "Podfather" has launched a beta version of the PodSafe Music Network...Basically, it lets indie musicians easily submit their original music to the library (currently less than 800 tracks) and then participating podcasters can legally use any of the material without fear of getting sued...The Network even tracks plays or downloads (which can be used as leverage in future negotiations if significant) and also includes a 1-5 rating system for songs...In essence, the service gives podcasters a way to have royalty free music for their podcasts and is a great way to give added exposure to indy artists - hopefully driving future CD sales...(Thanks Michael!)

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