Tunecore Publishing Agreement

Performing Rights Organizations (PROs): ASCAP, IMC, SESAC, SOCAN, etc. These are organisations that collect performance rights (no mechanical royalties – see below). The way these PROs make money to pay songwriters for their license money earned is for PROs to collect money from thousands of venues (radio stations, internet radio (like Pandora), JC Penny, bars, live performance venues, etc.) by asking them to purchase “flat-rate licenses” allowing those venues to play music in their establishment (or on the air). The PROs then pool all this money and share it among all their songwriters and publishers, depending on the frequency of the public performance of each song. PROs then pay their 50% to publishers and songwriters their 50%. Does it make sense? It is also important to note that it is the responsibility of the clients or their new publishing director to inform the shortage companies of any changes in the administration. TuneCore simply provides a termination letter that can then be distributed by the customer or the new publishing administrator. As a general rule, an administrative agreement under a co-publication agreement is usually either exclusive or a joint agreement. In an exclusive management contract, a publishing house exclusively manages all the rights to the condominium rooms. The other publisher is only entitled to its share of the revenues received by the other publisher from the exploitation of the song without the right to issue third-party licenses. While many songwriters and producers enter into the default songwriter publishing agreement that allows the publishing house to collect publishing fees only in the United States, there are other agreements that may be more appropriate or advantageous for the artist, such as.B a management contract or a sub-publicity contract.

TCP: TCP launched a partnership with INDmusic in November 2013 to collect advertising revenue from YouTube videos. If you sign up for Tuncore Distribution and TCP, you can cash out 100% of the revenue due to you. If you only sign up for TCP, you can collect the publishing revenue due. TCP takes its standard commission of 10% for publishing revenue and 20% for recording revenue (if you used the Tunecore distribution). It should be noted that TuneCore has the right to collect the revenue generated during the term of the contract for 12 months after the termination date. These are called post-term collection rights. From this broadcast on 2 Broke Girls, Taylor Swift collected the PRO performance royalties (from this “public performance”) and paid her and her publishing house. You wouldn`t have any performance royalties (but only 2 Broke Girls` money in advance for the Master Use License – because you didn`t write the song). DISCLAIMER – THIS IS NOT A CONTRIBUTION VIA CD Baby or Tunecore`s distribution services. This is just their admin editing services….

October 12, 2021