Raising awareness on neighbouring rights

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The purposes of PlayRight+ are to inform the performers about their rights

How to become a PlayRight shareholder?

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When you become a member, you can choose between two statuses: ordinary member or, if you want to take an active part in the decision making…

For which type of repertoire PlayRight can manage my rights?

Audiovisual Music PlayRight

When youjoin PlayRightas a member, you can specify for which “type” of repertoire you want PlayRight to manage your neighbouring rights:

For which countries can I become a member?

International PlayRight

When you join, you can specify in which countries you want PlayRight to collect your neighbouring rights:

Become a PlayRight member

Audiovisual International Music PlayRight

In order to collect your neighbouring rights, you have to become a member of PlayRight (or a collective management company abroad in charge of collecting your rights ). PlayRight membership[…]

How to join PlayRight as a member?

Audiovisual International Music PlayRight

Becoming a member is simple. Complete and sign the online form. It doesn’t cost anything to join PlayRight.

Musicians: understand neighbouring rights

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When a performer takes part in the performance of a work, and if that performance is recorded and then broadcast or copied, the artist in question is entitled to a remuneration/fee.

Neighbouring rights of performers

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What are neighbouring rights? Who is entitled to a fee? What’s a performing artist?

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You can reach us from Monday to Friday, from 9 AM until 4 PM. 

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PlayRight is managed by performers who, as shareholders, form part of the PlayRight General Assembly.


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