Show Rules and Regulations
Broadcasts cannot contain any of the following that…
…are obscene, fraudulent, indecent, discourteous, racially offensive or abusive;
…defame, abuse, harass or threaten others;
…advocate the use of any viruses, Trojan horses, worms, time bombs, cancelbots, or other disabling devices or other harmful component intended to damage, detrimentally interfere with, surreptitiously intercept or expropriate any computer system, data or personal information;
…advocate or encourage any illegal activity;
…violate the privacy of individuals, including other radio hosts or listeners; or
…violate any applicable local, state, national, or international law (including, without limitation, the DMCA).
The detour in its sole discretion shall determine your compliance with the foregoing rules, and reserves the right to remove without prior notice any material that it deems to be non-complying or otherwise objectionable for any reason. The detour may take any action with respect to your Radio Programs, or any other material posted by you on the the detour’s web site, if the detour believes, in its sole and exclusive judgment, that suchRadio Programs and/or other material may result in liability being imposed upon the detour or may cause the detour to lose (in whole or in part) the services of its ISPs or other suppliers.
The DMCA imposes certain requirements and rules with which persons subject to US law who are transmitting Radio Programs must comply. Without limiting the applicability of all other laws, rules and contractual provisions that may govern your activities, you agree to comply with the following specific DMCA rules in connection with your Radio Programs, including but not limited to the following:
1. You may not include in your Internet Radio Programs specific sound recordings within one hour of a request by a listener or at a time designated by the listener.
2. In any three-hour period, you should not intentionally program more than three songs (and not more than two songs in a row) from the same recording; you should not intentionally program more than four songs (and not more than three songs in a row) from the same recording artist or anthology/box set.
3. Continuous looped Radio Programs may not be less than three hours long.
4. Retransmissions of Radio Programs may be performed at scheduled times as follows:
i. Radio Programs of less than one hour: no more than three times in a two-week period;
ii. Radio Programs longer than one hour: no more than four times in any two-week period.
iii. You should not publish advance program guides or use other means to pre-announce when particular sound recordings will be played or the order in which they will be played.
iv. You should only include in your Radio Programs sound recordings that are authorized for performance in the United States.
v. You should pass through (and not disable or remove) identification or technological protection information included in the sound recording (if any).