Streaming Money With Sound Exchange

ou may be hip to ASCAP and BMI, and most people sign up for them thinking they'll get paid for ALL plays/ streams of their music. But what most people don't know is that BMI and ASCAP pay royalties on radio, TV, and film. So who pays us for streams and online plays? I'm glad you asked. Have you ever heard of Sound Exchange? Sound Exchange (www.soundexchange.com) is an organization that basically does what ASCAP and BMI does, but for your online plays. This is how they explain it: SoundExchange administers the statutory license, which allows services to stream artistic content while paying a fixed rate for each play. SoundExchange collects and distributes royalties for the featured artist and the sound recording copyright owner when content is played on a non-interactive digital source. The royalties that SoundExchange collects and distributes are for the featured artist and the sound recording copyright owner. ASCAP, BMI and SESAC collect and distribute royalties for the songwriter, composer and publisher. Both satellite radio providers and webcasters pay SoundExchange when they stream music due to their utilization of the statutory license. Sign up with them to generate that online play $! And if I'm not mistaken they'll even go in the past and get money you might've already been generating!. More info on the site...

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