When a song is played, the songwriter should be paid.

Did you know that even if a song is performed or broadcast in a business, the songwriter doesn’t get paid for that performance unless the song is on the radio? We want to use technology to identify music performances in businesses so songwriters get paid regardless of radio play - a surprisingly revolutionary concept.


Solving The Problem

When a business wishes to play music, to do so legally, they must obtain a blanket license from each of the Performing Rights Organizations in the country of business. This money is then distributed based on the antiquated assumption that songs played on the radio are the only songs being played in business establishments. MusicPlay Analytics is working to fix this problem and ensure real performance data is used in lieu of outdated correlations.

 

Completing the information circle with MusicPlay Analytics.

 

The Performing Rights Organizations will no longer simply receive license fees from establishments, they can now receive performance data.

 

Multiple Data Uses

Performing Rights Use Real music performance information allows the correct songwriters to be paid.

Performing Rights Use

Real music performance information allows the correct songwriters to be paid.

Strategic Business Use  Music performance information enables businesses to target market more effectively and drive growth in ways that never existed previously.  (COMING SOON)

Strategic Business Use 

Music performance information enables businesses to target market more effectively and drive growth in ways that never existed previously. 

(COMING SOON)

Custom Analytics Reporting Pull customized reports for the song performances you need. (COMING SOON)  

Custom Analytics Reporting

Pull customized reports for the song performances you need.

(COMING SOON)

 

 

But wait, there's more!

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Understanding what songs are played and where they’re played is important, not just for the PROs, but also for songwriters, labels, managers, booking agents and even manufacturers, consumer goods retailers and more.