Why Join?

We make it easy for owners of copyright in sound recordings to collect royalties when their work is broadcast on…

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Understanding Neighbouring Rights

The term ‘neighbouring rights’ is used in some countries to refer to the public performance, broadcast, communication and reproduction rights…

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Support NZ music

Support local artists stores by purchasing directly through the online store links provided

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Distribution Policy

Recorded Music NZ distributes the income it receives, less running costs, to copyright holders each year.

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International Royalties

Reciprocal or bilateral agreements can exist between collective management organisations in different territories. These assist in collecting and distributing royalties…

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ISRC

The International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) provides a means of identifying audio/video or audio-visual recordings internationally. Each 12 digit code…

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FAQs for Music Makers

We have put together a list of the questions we are asked most often. If you can’t find an answer…

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