MUSIC SALES MEASUREMENT In addition to monitoring radio airplays, online streaming and music consumer behavior, Nielsen is the authority in tracking what music people are buying both in-store and digitally.
You can start charging tax on all shows when your revenues are $30,0000 and more. Tax is not charged for show’s that take place on-reserve. The shows that are booked by First Nation’s or those who are on-reserve need to provide proof of exemption. More information about taxes and tax exemption: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/bsnss/tpcs/gst-tps/frstntns/menu-eng.html
atvenu.com The atVenu app allows you to digitally track your sales for soundscan. atVenu fundamentally believes artists, venues, festivals, promoters – in fact everyone – involved in the live event industry can make more money from their merchandise business than they currently do using 30 year old systems, broken spreadsheets, and email. The financial impact […]
A PRO (Performance Rights Organization) administers the performing rights associated with a musical work, on behalf of composers, lyricists, songwriters and music publishers. Performance royalties are paid by radio stations, venues, and TV networks to Performing Rights Organizations like ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and SOCAN who then distribute the money to their affiliated songwriters and publishers.
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