I just stumbled across the Buyer’s Guide to Performing Rights Organizations and P.R.O. Music
I am a little confused. This is what it says about youtube:
YouTube as the online “broadcaster” has already obtained a blanket P.R.O. license for all content played from its website. So for example if your video that uses P.R.O. music will be streamed online via YouTube, you should be okay.
Does this mean that I have to make sure with any other online streaming platform, that they also have obtained a blanket P.R.O. license?
So if I want to use a P.R.O. track for my videohive item for the preview file, I need to find out if envato has such a blanket P.R.O. license? Does anybody know if envato has such a license and if I’m ok to use such a track for my videohive preview file? (watermarked & non-watermarked, if that makes a difference)
Thank you for any answer.