If you are licensed by the FCC to operate an AM or FM radio station, you more than likely need one of our license agreements. See below for a description of each license type we make available and then contact us to obtain the license that is right for your station.
NOTE: If you are an Internet Radio station who is not licensed by the FCC, you will need a New Media license from ASCAP, not a radio license. If you are interested in licensing the sound recordings on your digital radio station, please contact SoundExchange, as ASCAP only handles the performance rights for digital radio stations.
Radio Music License Committee ("RMLC") Commercial Radio License
Developed jointly by ASCAP and the RMLC, this agreement is intended to cover commercial, for-profit stations. Currently, more than 10,000 stations in the U.S. perform ASCAP music under the terms of this license.
National Religious Broadcasters Music License Committee ("NRBMLC") Commercial Radio Station License
Developed jointly by ASCAP and the NRBMLC, this agreement is intended to cover commercial, for-profit stations with predominantly religious or classical formats.
Low Power Station Radio License
This simple agreement covers FCC-licensed Low Power radio stations.