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A commercial model type and usage type are used in DDEX for in-store music playback.

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Question: what Deal, Commercial Model Type and Usage Type are used in DDEX for in-store music

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In the context of DDEX (Digital Data Exchange standard), the following are the Deal, Commercial Model, and Usage Type used for in-store music: - Deal: In-store music is typically licensed through a Licensing Deal between the music service provider and the store owner or operator. Depending on the jurisdiction, the exact terms of the deal may vary, but it usually involves a once-off or recurring payment for the right to use the music in the store. - Commercial Model Type: The Commercial Model Type refers to how the service provider charges the store for the use of the music. This is usually either a Subscription or a Transactional model. In a Subscription model, the store pays a recurring fee to access the music, while in a Transactional model, the store pays each time they use or play the music. - Usage Type: The Usage Type refers to how the music will be used in the store. In-store music may be played in the background, in a specific area or section of the store or at specific times of the day. The Usage Type will inform the service provider about the terms and conditions for the use of the music, and help them to match the most appropriate music for the store.

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March 15, 2023, 11:26 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, March 15, 2023