A new experimental license from ASCAP: “Examples of non-interactive music uses that qualify for Release 5.0 include: … [snip snip] … Radio broadcasts or pod-casts that do not offer a play-list, program guide, and do not make advance lists of the songs contained in the programs available prior to their transmission …” The license went live on January 1, 2005. Adam Curry wades into the legalese in today’s Daily Source Code.