RECORDINGS SUITABLE FOR BROADCAST PURPOSES POLICY
Fine Music 1025 endeavours to prioritize our own resources including equipment, staff time, volunteer time, insurance policy requirements and grand rights budget commitments to deliver our recording commitment goals. It is essential that all recordings are only implemented on behalf of Fine Music if they are suitable for broadcast purposes and have been approved by the programming committee.
The primary purpose for the concerts which we consider should be for specific use within our catalogue, within our specific musical genres and relevant to our programming guidelines and listeners expectations. All concerts considered for recording should include local Australian artists and items that are not available on via other streams that are commercially available.
Our policy sets out guidelines for all selection criteria and process for all applications of Fine Music Recordings Suitable for Broadcast purposes.
This policy is made up of specific policies determining the selection criteria for:
All recordings are only to implemented on behalf of Fine Music102.5 if they are suitable for broadcast purposes and have been approved by the programming committee. All procedures within the Recordings Suitable for Broadcast purposes policy will be managed by the Community Access Manager. All approved recordings suitable for broadcast purposes are subject to the availability of a recording engineer, facilities and equipment.
This information contained within this form it is for presentation purposes only and is subject to change without notice. It is important to note that apart from a small staff team, Fine Music 102.5 functions through the involvement of dedicated volunteers who generously contribute their time and talents across all aspects of the radio station. Recording of concerts that have been accepted for recording, programming and broadcast may not eventuate due to the availability of volunteers and other situations which may arise that are beyond our control.