Sample Agreement

Direct Licensing Guidelines (Public Performance and Transmission Rights)

Phonographic Performance Company of Australia (PPCA) is a collecting society that grants certain licences relating to sound recordings and music videos. As of 19 April 2008 all PPCA licensors must have direct licensing guidelines in place.

These sample Direct Licensing Guidelines have been developed to assist small record companies and independent artists (i.e. those not signed to a record label) that are licensors to PPCA to meet this requirement.

For further details see Arts Law information sheet Direct licensing guidelines: sound recordings.

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