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Frequently asked questions about SoundExchange reporting

SoundExchange FAQ​ 1. What is the SoundExchange/CPB agreement? SoundExchange is the clearinghouse for all streaming performance royalties. The agreement originally signed in 2009, covers all NPR members an...

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SoundExchange: How do I format Playlists for SoundExchange Reporting

Playlist Log File Guidelines In order to generate SoundExchange compliant reports, NPR Digital Services (NPR/DS) needs a playlist of all the recordings streamed by your station (aside from those on some nation...

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SoundExchange: How do I format the Streaming log for SoundExchange Reporting

Streaming log file and formatting Streaming logs are one part of the required files for SoundExchange reporting. A streaming log is a file generated by the encoding software (eg. Icecast, Shoutcast) that trans...

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How do I use Composer 2 to update my SoundExchange Schedule?

If you are an NFCB or non-member station you are used to visiting the PublicInteractive Composer Basic tool to submit your SoundExchange Reporting each quarter. In an effort to create a better user experience a...

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