STIM's Complete Distribution Rules
These are STIM's Complete Distribution Rules. Adopted at the annual general meeting of the association held on 29 May 2017.
Youtube and remuneration from STIM
STIM's deal with Youtube means that music creators affiliated with STIM may get payed when their music is played by Youtube users in Europe.
Frequently asked questions about reporting performances in Sweden
STIM recently launched a new web service for reporting performances. On this page we answer some frequently asked questions.
STIM’s policy for complaints on settlement
This page describes the policy that STIM applies in relation to complaints received and the criteria which apply.
Countries included in STIM's march payment 2018
The following countries are included in STIM's payment on 15 March 2018.
Countries included in STIM's June payment 2018
The following countries are included in STIM's payment on 15 June 2018.
Music in video on demand services
On this page you'll see how STIM calculate the fee for using music in video on demand online subscription services.
More about music reporting
To receive the royalties you are entitled to, you must register all public performances and concerts with STIM, so make sure you've made a note of what songs were played at each performance.
Pay per stream values for online and broadcasting in June 2019
When your music is played on radio and TV, you get reimbursement from STIM for every aired minute. For streaming services you will receive a fixed amount when your song has been played for at least 30 seconds.
Countries included in STIM's June payment 2019
The following countries are included in STIM's payment on 17 June 2019.
NCB - Nordic Copyright Bureau
NCB, Nordisk Copyright Bureau, is tasked with safeguarding the rights of music creators during recording, copying and distributing protected music and lyrics on CD, vinyl, DVD, Internet etc.
How should the copyright be split when a band writes songs together?