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Music : Licensing


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  • RIAA
    The Recording Industry Association of America is a music licensing & royalties industry organization which was founded in 1952.
    The Australasian Performing Right Association is a copyright collective which represents composers, lyricists & music publishers from Australia & New Zealand.
    The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers is a nonprofit performance-rights organization which protects members' copyright by monitoring public music performances & collecting licensing fees distributed as royalties.
  • AudioJungle
    Marketplace offering thousands of royalty free sound effects, music kits & songs.
  • AudioMicro
    Offers royalty free stock music & sound effects for web, film, TV, radio, games & apps.
  • BMI
    Broadcast Music, Inc. is nonprofit organization which was founded in 1939 & manages music rights for songwriters, composers & music publishers. They represent around 13 million works of more than 800,000 copyright owners.
    Official website of the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers. They are a nonprofit organization which protects the rights & promotes the interests of creators globally through advocacy for strong copyright protections.
  • Dubset
    Company offering technology solutions for mixes & remixes with licensing, distribution & transparent reporting services for DJs, labels, publishers, & music services. The company was founded by David Stein in 2010.
  • Merlin Network
    Nonprofit digital rights agency representing the rights of independent record labels worldwide.
  • Music Publishers Association
    The trade body for music publishers in the UK. They have around 260 members, representing nearly 4000 catalogues, covering every genre of music.
  • PPL
    Phonographic Performance Limited is a UK music-licensing & performance rights organization which licenses recorded music played in public and distributes the fees as royalties to its members.
  • PRS for Music
    UK collection society which protects the value of music by licensing music usage & collecting royalties globally for their members.
  • Re:Sound
    Canadian nonprofit performance rights organization founded in 1997. They collect royalties from radio stations, digital music services & retail establishments and distribute them to recording artists & their labels.
  • Safe Music List
    Collective of independent music producers which allow people to license professional production music for promotional marketing video & commercial business use.
    United States performance-rights organization (PRO) which was founded in 1930 as the Society of European Stage Authors and Composers.
    The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada is a Canadian performance rights organization which was formed in 1990 through the merger of CAPAC & PROCAN.
  • Songtrust
    Global digital rights management platform which enables artists & songwriters to manage their music publishing related rights. They collect royalties on over 1,000,000 songs composed by 150,000 Songwriters & 200,000 publishers from ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, HFA, and over 40 societies across the globe. The company was founded by Justin Kalifowitz in 2010.
  • SoundExchange
    Nonprofit digital performance rights organization which distributes royalties to over 150,000 members. The organization was created as a division of the RIAA in 2000 & spun out in 2003.

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Last Updated: 8-Apr-2020