Respect of Intellectual Properties

OnWebRadio is a trademark of OnWebRadio L.L.C.

OnWebRadio is very attached to the respect of Intellectual Properties and conforms itself to the laws of its country of origin (OnWebRadio is a US company).
The DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act) which was approved at the US Congress in 1988, in order to face the electronic problems attached to copyrights especially by way of the Internet. While most broadcasters appreciate the broadest audio distribution possible, OnWebRadio will remove the radio listing from our website and mobile applications on broadcaster request.

OnWebRadio and the DMCA

Below you will find instructions to submit a notification to OnWebRadio,  your copyright is important to us, and we will do whatever need be to protect it (copyright) in accord to the DMCA aggreement.

How to submit a DMCA notification?

DMCA only authorizes the owner of the copyright or the agent legaly authorized by the owner to submit DMCA notification.If you are neither the owner of the copyright or his (her) legaly authorized agent and you have informations on what you believe is a copyrighted work on our server. Please send your informations to the owner of the copyrights. Legaly under the DMCA, only the owner of the copyrights can identify its property and confirm it at the risk of parjuring himself that it should be taken into account.

A correctly filled DMCA notification addheres to the recommandations and principles established by the DMCA itself.The elements needed for a correct DMCA notifications are :

  1. Precise identification of the person or entity submitting the DMCA notification.
  2. Relations to the owner of the copyright clearly declared (him or legaly habilitated agent)
  3. The ID Message of all the articles of the DMCA you ask OnWebRadio to remove. Please keep in mind that some articles are long enoughto be posted over several usenet articles; those are called multiple posts. Be sure to identify all the URLs or Radio Name you want to be removed.
  4. A "digital or electronical signature" emanating from an authorized person to act in the name of the owner. This is done by giving a name and an adress where the person can be contacted in case someone wants to contest your notification.
  5. Although not legally required by the DMCA, includind "Copyright violation" in the subject of your mail will avoid your mail to be considered as spam.
  6. Submit notification to

Once we will have identified the radio names, and a correctly filled DMCA notification we will remove all identified radio streams that broke copyright immediately. Then we will acknowledge your notification and let you know we removed all the incriminated radio streams.