From The Code of Federal Regulations, Title 47, Part 74
§74.832 Licensing requirements and procedures.
(a) A license authorizing operation of one or more low power auxiliary stations will be issued only to the following:
(4) Motion picture producers as defined in §74.801.
(5) Television program producers as defined in §74.801.
(7) Large venue owners or operators as defined in §74.801.
(8) Professional sound companies as defined in §74.801.
(b) An application for a new or renewal of low power auxiliary license shall specify the frequency band or bands desired. Only those frequency bands necessary for satisfactory operation shall be requested.
(d) Cable television operations, motion picture and television program producers, large venue owners or operators, and professional sound companies may be authorized to operate low power auxiliary stations in the bands allocated for TV broadcasting, the 653-657 MHz band, the 941.5-944 MHz band, the 944-952 MHz band, the 952.850-956.250 MHz band, the 956.45-959.85 MHz band, the 1435-1525 MHz band, the 6875-6900 MHz band, and the 7100-7125 MHz band. In the 6875-6900 MHz and 7100-7125 MHz bands, entities eligible to hold licenses for cable television relay service stations (see §78.13 of this chapter) shall also be eligible to hold licenses for low power auxiliary stations.
As an individual in the entertainment industry, either as a motion picture or television producer, a large venue owner or operator, or a professional sound company, one is required to hold a Part 74 license to operate legally.