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Italic texthave been told repeatedly that if a person who wrote a given song records it himself/herself, and gives that recording to a U.S. airwave radio station with full written permission, that radio station cannot simply play it. Rather, I have been told that the radio station has to consult more than one authority, including the FCC, before they can play it -- that the FCC actually keeps lists of acceptable recordings, and that no radio station may step outside of its legally designated genre. My problem is, I have been entirely unable to either confirm or deny any of this from first sources: I have asked this question of more than one non-profit radio DJ, and they have always dodgehave been told repeatedly that if a person who wrote a given song records it himself/herself, and gives that recording to a U.S. airwavhave been told repeatedly that if a person who wrote a given song records it himself/herself, and gives that recording to a U.S. airwave radio station with full written permission, that radio station cannot simply play it. Rather, I have been told that the radio station has to consult more than one authority, including the FCC, before they can play it -- that the FCC actually keeps lists of acceptable recordings, and that no radio station may step outside of its legally designated genre. My problem is, I have been entirely unable to either confirm or deny any of this from first sources: I have asked this question of more than one non-profit radio DJ, and they have always dodged the question, and not given me a simple, coherent, and complete answer, and referred me to the owners of the station, while advising me that they weren't going to tell me anything, either! In other words, I have been told that there are very strict and frankly bizarre rules for U.S. airwave radio stations, which do not apply to such things as streaming audio and sa/tellite radio...but I have been able to find no primary source, person actually in the industry and submitting to whatever rules really exist every day, willing to talk about it! And that is as noteworthy a situation as I can imagine. e radio station with full written permission, that radio station cannot simply play it. Rather, I have been told that the radio station has to consult more than one authority, including the FCC, before they can play it -- that the FCC actually keeps lists of acceptable recordings, and that no radio station may step outside of its legally designated genre. My problem is, I have been entirely unable to either confirm or deny any of this from first sources: I have asked this question of more than one non-profit radio DJ, and they have always dodged the question, and not given me a simple, coherent, and complete answer, and referred me to the owners of the station, while advising me that they weren't going to tell me anything, either! In other words, I have been told that there are very strict and frankly bizarre rules for U.S. airwave radio stations, which do not apply to such things as streaming audio and sa/tellite radio...but I have been able to find no primary source, person actually in the industry and submitting to whatever rules really exist every day, willing to talk about it! And that is as noteworthy a situation as I can imagine. d the question, and not given me a simple, coherent, and complete answer, and referred me to the owners of the station, while advising me that they weren't going to tell me anything, either! In other words, I have been told that there are very strict and frankly bizarre rules for U.S. airwave radio stations, which do not apply to such things as streaming audio and sa/tellite radio...but I have been able to find no primary source, person actually in the industry and submitting to whatever rules really exist every day, willing to talk about it! And that is as noteworthy a situation as I can imagine.