RE: Music and jukeboxes
Out here, we've had a proliferation of electronic juke boxes that seem to arrive at an establishment with almost no music (I presume they use MP3s) ...
If you go to say, "Best of Clapton" there may only be two cuts available, but for an extra fee it'll download another song and play it for you ... the next user gets a choice of three and so on. I always complain to the owner, who typically shruggs their shoulders and says there is nothing they can do about it (I say they colud have negotiated better) ... I'm sure these juke boxes could feature thousands of good songs, but don't due to some convoluted business model.
On ASCAP and BMI, I've heard of the harassing small businesses, like a beauty parlor or a pawn shop for playing music. I have heard that there has developed a minimum number of people to qualify for "public performance."