They play a flat fee to the streaming service who handles all the licenseing I’m pretty surrRecently, I've noticed the music mix isn't quite as mixed as it used to be. They seem to repeat songs during the same work shift. When the store music was introduced, songs weren't repeated within the same week.
Is Target trying to reduce the amount of public-performance license fees it must pay for playing recorded music by using a smaller number of selections, or is there something else going on?
I've heard it a few times now, a pop song with a female singer. All I can remember right now is she goes like "woooo-oooo... oooh oooh oooh" a few times, and in the chorus she sings what sounds like "I've been waiting (on/in?) the light(?)". Anyone know what I'm talking about?
Just out of curiosity, does anyone work at a target where they play music in the store? If not why? I've actually had several guests ask about that. I'd really like them to do that because especially at night when there's not a lot of people it get so quiet when I'm working and I hate it. Lol maybe it's just me. Thoughts?