Protection against plagiarism and theft?
You or your music publisher is responsible for safeguarding against plagiarism, misrepresentation, theft or use of your music in contexts that could be considered offensive.
Music creators are entitled to compensation when their music is played live. For us to be able to send money to the right authors, we need to know that the show took place, as well as what music was played.
Compensation for live gigs abroad
When your music has been played abroad STIM will often get information about this. However, it may take up to a year and a half to get compensation. But there is a way for you to speed up the process.
STIM cooperates with corresponding organisations in other countries. This means that anyone whose music is played abroad can be remunerated.
Music especially composed for a film, TV show, radio show or commercials is known as commissioned music, and is generally treated by STIM in the same way as other compositions.
Music in sports and exercise
Music and physical activity belong together. Music creates the right mood and encourages both top-level athletes and people working out to stay in shape to try just a little harder.
Music at the cinema and in film showings
It is hard to imagine a film without music. The value of music in the film simply can not be overstated.
Would you like to start a service that provides downloadable songs? Do you want to create an app that contains music, start a podcast or publish music on your blog? For the composers to be compensated, you need a license from STIM.
Music in restaurants, cafés and bars
Music is a wonderful tool for creating the right mood and atmosphere. Music can help you attract new customers and make them want to come back.
Music during exhibitions, fairs, dance performances, fashion shows and other events
Music enhances our experiences, and is a perfect way to unify any type of event. Make the most of your event by taking advantage of all the benefits afforded by music.
Music in theatres
Music encompasses us in our everyday living, making it a natural feature of theatre performances. STIM offers a music licence that allows incidental music and music during intervals to be played during theatre performances.
Music in revues and cabarets
Music is a necessary ingredient of revues and cabarets. STIM offers a music licence that allows music to be used during the different numbers.
Music at the circus
No one leaves a circus performance unmoved. Excitement is mixed with laughter, and music is an important ingredient in the roller coaster of emotions.
Music in hotels, hostels and camping grounds
Your guests come to relax and enjoy themselves. The sensation of a high level of service and quality is linked to your entertainment offering, which is why it is a good idea to offer guests a generous range of music and TV.
Music in means of transportation
For truly satisfied passengers, you need to make sure they are as comfortable as possible when flying. Music and film entertainment is greatly appreciated by passengers.
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