[Apologies if this is the wrong StackExchange for this kind of question... please direct me to somewhere that might be more appropriate.]
It seems as though there's a lot of material available on creating an internet radio station, and the royalty situation is fairly well-defined. However, everything I've found assumes that such stations will be music-only.
Are there any laws and royalty schemes around rebroadcasting artist interviews? If not, does anyone have advice as to how I would go about incorporating such interviews in an internet radio stream, or related experiences they can share?
[Is this unlikely to happen because most audio artist interviews are conducted by real radio stations? Or is there some established system in place for getting rebroadcast rights, for the same reason?]