Lionheart Radio

Heartbreak Radio

Music feeds your heart and soul. The magic awaits.

Radio stations help you through your mornings. If you feel heartbreak, tune into a frequency from Technossance times. Give in to your hunger. Sometimes the heartbreak needs to be fed.

The Buck Burgers bar and grill dials into WOW 87.7 FM and AM 2200 every morning. But you have to wait for dessert. Wait for it. Grab a Coke, order the world’s best burgers, and only the best curly fries in Brewington’s eatery. Then try the new milk-bar cake after your meal and listen to WRICH 109.9 FM for dessert.

DJs rarely use the title and will hate everything not done on their watch. Some say Heartbreak was over-produced, no one threw to any songs, and it followed no rules, etc., but I just don’t care. This is fair use.

What is Fair Use?

Some often use fair use for education. In its most general sense, fair use is any copy of copyrighted material or music done for a limited and ‘transformative’ purpose, such as to comment upon, criticize, or parody a copyrighted work. We can do such uses without permission from the copyright owner. In other words, fair use is a defense against a claim of copyright infringement. If your use qualifies as fair use, then it’s not considered infringement. Lionheart’s radio network parodies traditional radio. A pissed Sir Alec Bosworth spent a lot of time humping Tuesday for Heartbreak, almost a decade producing shows. In Sir Bosworth’s royal duties, he swore it was “fair use” for the network. It caught on among the rich.

If DJ Sloth digs it, so should you.

Kids Love Sloth

Lionheart’s Radio is Parody

A parody is a work that ridicules another, usually well-known work, by imitating it, mocking it absurdly. Most judges understand that, by its nature, parody demands some taking from the original work being parodied. Unlike other forms of fair use, a fairly extensive use of the original work is permitted in a parody in order for an original. Don’t be confused. We didn’t create Heartbreak Radio to celebrate WABC or WNBC’s death. It’s WRICH funeral music.

People use “rocked” when speaking of something that they did very well at or did very bad at. Tuesday Alvarez was the heart and soul of Lionheart. WRICH radio rocks on. Music means money, money, money. It’s a rich world.

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