How payments are calculated
STIM makes royalty payments four times a year - in March, June, September and December.
Payment to a company or an organization
If you like you can have your STIM payments go to a company or an organization.
Here you can find out about economy and financial matters such as inheritance and taxation
STIM normally makes royalty payments four times a year. On the day you receive your payment, you can normally see the amount and specification when you log on to My pages. It may take a few days before the money is in your account depending on which bank you are using.
Remuneration from abroad
When STIM's catalogue is performed outside of Sweden, STIM receives royalties for and details of the works performed. When music from other countries is performed in Sweden, STIM sends royalties to collecting societies in those countries.
How much is one minute of broadcasting worth, and how much do you get for one stream?
When your music is played on radio and TV, you get reimbursement from STIM for every minute. For streaming services you will receive a fixed amount when your song has been played for at least 30 seconds.
December payment 2014
The payment for December 2014 included remuneration for the following royalty categories:
Analogy for the unlogged background area
When STIM distributes money for unlogged music usage we use an analogy, meaning that the distribution is based on music reports from other areas.
Payment and remuneration
STIM's idea is based on raising money from music use and then distribute it to those who created the music.
March payment 2016
The March payment of 2016 included remuneration for the following royalty categories:
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