If your music is currently being streamed on the web or getting played on other prominent formats (Pandora, Internet radio, cable music channels, etc.), you might have some money coming to you.
Unfortunately, for many artists, the methods for collecting this revenue remain shrouded in mystery. Most musicians know that ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC are there to collect royalties for the songwriter, but who represents the recording artist whose performance is also critical to a song’s success?
SoundExchange, a non-profit performance rights organization, is here to help. Not only do they offer a comprehensive understanding of the way royalties function in the digital world, they can also aid in collecting money that you may be due.
This short video contains a quick overview of how SoundExchange works. Take a look – you just might have money waiting for you!
Watch the video and then go to http://soundexchange.com/ for more info.
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