TYPES OF ROYALTIES
|Public Performance Royalties
|Digital performance Royalties
|Digital Print Royalties
Neighbouring royalties are some what like performance royalties on the composition side generated from terrestrial radio broadcasting, in other words your music broadcasted and played on your local FM. In this case it is digital online radio as well as podcasts. A form of what's known as non-interactive streaming. Unlike your standard Spotify stream, where the listening user is in control of the stream play, where you can stop and play a track or selecting a specific track on your play-list at will, this is what's known as you interacting with streams AKA (interactive streaming). Non-interactive streaming produces neighbouring royalties and digital terrestrial royalties, A performance royalty for rights holders on the Master side, from platforms like Pandora and online web-based digital radio. We work together with Recorded Music NZ registering users whom are the master rights holder of music we distribute. We also collect with SoundExchange - (USA) and PPL- (U.K), what's known as digital performing royalties in the US as they do not recognize neighbouring royalties. More information our services page..
We work with Recorded Music NZ to collect neighbouring royalties here locally and aboard with Recorded Music NZ's bilateral agreement with international societies like Australian PPCA These sound recording royalties are collected on behalf recording of artists or rights holder on the Masters side of your recorded sound track. From online and terrestrial radio, broadcasted media e.g. Television, Music played in businesses or in the community.
Digital Performanace (non-interactive streaming)
SoundExchange is the US equivalent to what's known as neighbouring royalties paid out master rights holders. Instead called digital streaming royalties for non-interactive streaming. These royalties are generated only in the US when on digital platforms such as Pandora, used in podcasts or online digital radio. Similar to being broadcast on your local terrestrial radio like Flava FM, etc.. but online through the internet. We also collect these royalties.
If you have music works already published online on music platforms such as Spotify or Shazam or even YouTube, etc.. clocking up stream views where you haven't affiliated with a PRO and registered your works or have no assigned publicist for your music, you are owed royalties. Even with unregistered songs and incorrect metadata embedded with your sound track, your music is still earning and generating royalties however with no one to allocate these royalties to. We can help you collect these music royalty streams for you. These royalties are called Retroactive royalties and if successful at identifying your songs match, with publishing details of when you uploaded it to iTunes, etc.. we might have a chance to collect all these royalties, if you have not received any yet for your songs use. However they last for a period of usually 2-3 years before you can no longer claim or collect them and are put in what's know as a black box. These unallocated royalties will then be distributed out to the major publishers.