After the termination of your affiliate agreement and/or the deletion of your works, we will close your account and no longer pay you licenses under your affiliate agreement as soon as the licenses are in effect (as mentioned above) and BMI has distributed royalties for all works covered by your IMC agreement.). Check your membership agreement for more details; at present, paragraph 10.b) for writers/composers and paragraph 9.B. for publishers. A quick question. I wrote a song in Acid Jazz Vol. 77 and was sold in Italy with a CD, am I licensed? I signed a publishing contract for the publication, but I have not received any royalties to date. I have cancelled my BMI membership agreement. Why can I collect national royalties for the same work from IMC, my new PRO or my new licensing agent for different uses? Please note, however, that if you have become a member of a non-American. BMI will continue to license U.S.-based representations and distribute performance fees to you in accordance with the terms of our agreement with your non-U.S.
agreement. ensure good organization. After the termination of your affiliate agreement, BMI continues to authorize works published on your behalf by a currently related IMC publishing house, unless the publisher terminates its membership in bMI or requests that the works be removed during the renewal of the contract. If applicable, the current licenses will begin with the termination of your publisher`s IMC affiliation agreement or if your publisher removes the works from IMC`s repertoire. Where can I find a copy of my membership agreement? PRS for Music represents the rights of composers, composers and music publishers in the UK and around the world. As a member organization, it is committed to ensuring that authors are paid when their musical compositions and songs are broadcast, downloaded, broadcast, played and played in public. With more than 100 performance agreements worldwide, the PRS for Music network represents more than two million music creators worldwide. In 2018, 11.2 trillion musical performances were reported to the PRS for Music, £746 million raised on behalf of its members, making it one of the world leaders in music collective management.
I terminate my BMI membership agreement. Will the BMI continue to distribute my foreign royalties? If BMI has entered into a definitive license agreement with a music user (licensee) and the license has not yet expired at the time of broadcasting your works from IMC`s repertoire, BMI reserves the right to license your works to that music user for the duration of their license agreement. Upon termination of the license agreement, the license is no longer in effect and BMI will no longer grant you royalties or distribute royalties to you for services that take place under subsequent license. For a complete definition of applicable licenses, please read your affiliation agreement IMC IMC will continue to distribute your share of all royalties generated for the services granted prior to the end date of your affiliation agreement with IMC. These royalties are paid according to the normal distribution plan of the BMI according to the current allocation method. Our new agreement with BMI is a big step in making our relationship a true business-to-business partnership. While we have constantly updated our business practices with IMC, with the average duration of other PRS mutual agreements being 35 years, modernizing this aspect of our business and maintaining a business base for our international social relations is a top priority for PRS. I am terminating my BMI membership agreement and I have a BMI publishing house that has not yet terminated or withdrawn my works. Are the current licenses valid for me? If you wish to terminate your BMI membership agreement, you must inform BMI as follows: Do you need help understanding the terms of your BMI membership agreement, as you can terminate it when you leave the BMI, and how these terms will affect your catalog and license distribution? Please continue reading and if you still have any questions, contact your local BMI office. . .