Sorry, I don't mean to barge back onto the forum after a few years of inactivity and ask a bunch of questions, but I wonder if somebody would shed some light on the legality of DTunes Live, Mouse World Radio, and other outlets that stream copyrighted Disney music (parks, shows, soundtracks, etc.) up to 128kbps via Live365.com and other websites. How can they get away with this? I've also wondered about podcasts like Inside the Magic and others that weave copyrighted Disney content into their productions (as bumper music, background, sometimes even playing full length tracks). IttM is obviously propping Disney and is obviously a fan-oriented podcast, but Ricky Brigante is also selling ads and profiting from the podcast. I've heard a lot of crappy Disney podcasts, and the music/ambiance goes a long way. It's easily argued that Brigante's use of copyrighted Disney content boosts the quality of the production, and thus his revenue. Again, is this illegal. If so, how do people like Brigante get away with it?