Flee as a Bird in General Concertina Discussion Posted November 11, 2012 · Edited November 11, 2012 by Kautilya I just received a request from Sing Out Radio Magazine for a copy of my CD, Flee as a Bird. Apparently, they want to play portions of it on their radio program, nationwide. Frank, I sent you an email, but I'll let it be known here as well--I received the "Flee as a Bird" CD you sent me some days ago and have been enjoying it since. Great playing, great sound. Thanks! And congrats on the national attention. How much are they paying you for how many uses across how many stations across how many days.... If they get a salary and are a commercial station taking paid ads, you should get a payment and repeat payments. And don't allow em to use it if they say you will get exposure not payment - bsheet. you can peform it naked and you can get exposure on youtube.......and you will choose which bits you show (musically)! There is no music in here and you will see how bad the rates are anyway - you should go for more than thiss BBC Rates | Society of Authors - Protecting the rights and ... World Service Radio (English)/BBC Digital Radio Originations. The rates for R4Extra originations are currently under review. Plays/Prose (per min): £8.83; Poetry (per 1/2 min): £8.83; Prose for Dramatisation (per min): £6.87; Prose translation (per min): £5.88; societyofauthors.org/bbc-rates http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-19194824 Ask them what their regular rate is and then double it - they obviously want it. Then make sure you restrict what the usage is - never,never, ever allow license in perpetuity in any medium; and all usages have to be reported.