Electronic Media Policy Issues

Orchestras that use wireless microphones, either on stage or backstage, are subject to new rules set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The League provides tips to help orchestras navigate the ongoing policies and convey important information about what you need to know in order to be compliant with telecommunications regulations and present the best quality performance possible. Find more information below. For strategic and technical assistance regarding uses of technology to serve audiences beyond the concert hall, visit Music Distribution and Licensing.

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Orchestras and other performing artists and presenters have used wireless microphones to provide unrestricted on-stage movement and to deliver clear and accurate sound to appreciative audiences.
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Banner: Members of the Des Moines Symphony perform History & Folklore,” the first concert in its livestreamed Live from the Temple” series, at the Temple for Performing Arts in downtown Des Moines, Iowa. Photo: Minda Davison

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