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Clubs

26/09/2015

For less independent clubs (e.g. youth clubs, retiree clubs, etc. that are not under the auspices of the municipality), 4.5% of the box office takings (total sales) must be paid to TONO. Our minimum compensation fee per club, per year, is NOK 1088

Churches

26/09/2015

The state has drawn up an agreement with TONO for musical performances that take place within the Church of Norway and other religious communities. The agreement covers performances for all church services and devotional music. For devotional music, church concerts are understood to offer free admission and religious preaching. In May 2021, TONO launched a…

Municipalities

26/09/2015

TONO and KS (Municipal Sector Organization) has negotiated a model agreement for municipalities in Norway that use music that is approved under the auspices of the municipalities. Examples of music usage that are covered by this type of agreement include music at youth clubs, indoor swimming pools and sports centers, playing fields, work places, nursing…

Fitness center

26/09/2015

Fitness centers must pay a TONO compensation fee for the following uses of music: Background music in common areas (weight-lifting rooms, locker rooms, reception areas, etc.) Background music is calculated with a fixed rate of NOK 10.06 per m2 per year. Note: The group exercise area shall not be included in this category. Group exercise sessions…

Revue

26/09/2015

Revue Remember that the license must always be signed by the person responsible for the event. Mixed events such as revue/dance or cabaret/dance are calculated based on the Tariff for dance performances and entertainment events. For theatrical/musical productions, please contact us at marked@tono.no or 22 05 72 00 for further information. MUSICAL PERFORMANCES IN REVUE…

Concerts/events – tariffs 2022

26/09/2015

Concerts Compensation is calculated by gross box office takings per concert, paid following invoice from TONO. In order for music creators to be rightly compensated, the entire program must be sent to TONO as soon as possible after the concert is held, and with the following information: Organizer’s name and address. Concert venue and date. Title…

Agreement/rates local radio 2022

25/09/2015

The local radio pays an annual fee for the right to broadcast TONO’s repertoire which is calculated as a percentage  of the total annual revenues (basis for calculation). The compensation percentage is based on how large share TONO’s repertoire makes up of the local radio’s total broadcast time, and is calculated as music percentage x…

Reporting from local radio

25/09/2015

As the local radios use a greater amount of local music compared with commercial radio stations, a more precise report on the local radio stations’ music usage is necessary in order to help promote local music creators. TONO arranges for this type of reporting, and the local stations that would like to report to TONO…

Reporting from production companies

25/09/2015

To make the distance from music use to the copyright holders’ compensation as short and easy as possible, TONO and NCB have a form that makes music reporting efficient and easy to understand. Absolutely all music must be reported in full on the form below, whether they be commissioned music, existing music, or ready-made/royalty-free music libraries.…

Local TV Agreements

25/09/2015

TONO has negotiated a general agreement with the Norwegian Media Businesses’ Association for entry into individual agreements with each local TV licensee in Norway where, among other things, both parties agree that the contractual wording and compensation must be based on individual agreements. Agreements are intended to regulate the right to broadcast and the right…