If you play live at pubs, clubs, cafes, or other live music venues in Australia and New Zealand, you can get royalties for these performances by submitting a Performance Report. It's easy to do via the APRA AMCOS for Music Creators app or the Writer Portal. Submit your Performance Reports to get paid quarterly.
If you had gigs, concerts or festival appearances cancelled from 1 October 2021 to 28 February 2022, you could be eligible to be paid the live performance royalty for the setlist you were going to play. You must submit the form in this guide by 28 February 11:59pm AEDT.
Just like with shows at home, you can earn live performance royalties when you perform your songs internationally. To claim royalties from our overseas affiliated societies for the live performance of your works, you need to complete an APRA Overseas Performance Report. Find out territory specific information and how to submit your report.
A cue sheet is a record of all the songs and compositions used in a film and television production. We need these for every locally produced program broadcast in Australia, regardless of how the music was sourced.
Was your music was performed overseas as part of an advertisement on radio or television? Find out what information you need to provide when your jingles are broadcast in different international markets.
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