Collect Songwriter Publishing Royalties Worldwide

Collect Songwriter Publishing Royalties Worldwide


Did you know that your compositions generate songwriter royalties when they’re downloaded and streamed? That's right, but distribution services alone can’t get you the publishing royalties that is rightfully yours. It can take a great deal of effort and cash to get this done. That's because in order to receive your songwriter/publisher royalties around the world you would need to sign up with over 100 societies and notify dozens of digital stores. This would cost you thousands of dollars in sign up fees and require you to fill out paper registration forms for each entity often in different languages. So what can you do?

First, you need to connect with a well-known Publishing Administration Business that can collect the songwriter royalties for you! I have found that TuneCore Publishing Administration registers compositions and collects publishing royalties worldwide without the conflict with ASCAP, BMI and SESAC. Basically, they can do the following:

Sell Your Music Worldwide While You Keep 100% of Your Revenue!

  • Sell your albums and singles on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Spotify, radio and more
  • Allow you to keep all your music rights
  • Get detailed sales reporting
  • Charge a small low annual fee per release
Not only that, when you become a TuneCore Music Publishing Administration and Music Distribution client, your Compositions will be available to Music Supervisors for worldwide synchronization licensing opportunities in TV, Film, Commercials, Video Games, and more! Check it out for your self ! 

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