For which type of repertoire PlayRight can manage my rights?

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

  • Music performances,
  • Audiovisual performances.

(music performances contained within an audiovisual recording also generate neighbouring rights).

By opting for both types of repertoire you are assured that your contributions as a performing artist are covered each time neighbouring rights are distributed, whether you were involved in a musical or audiovisual recording.

Especially musicians should opt for both types because, if at the time of joining you only asked us to manage your music repertoire for instance and next you end up taking part in a television concert (an audiovisual recording) we won’t be able to take your part in the concert into account when the neighbouring rights for audiovisual recordings are distributed.

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