International performances

If your music is played on the radio or television abroad, you do not need to report it to us, since this is handled under reciprocal administration contracts with our affiliated societies worldwide. However, you should note that many of TONO’s sister societies abroad use the so-called “sampling” method, which means that they receive playlists for TV and radio covering just a few weeks per year. These weeks are used to give a statistical basis for the calculation of royalties. You will therefore receive a distribution only if your work is included in the sample.

If your music has been performed in concerts abroad, you must remember to report them to us, so that we can follow them up with our international affiliates. You report a concert abroad in the same way as a concert played in Norway, on My TONO.

For further details, see TONO’s website (in Norwegian): https://www.tono.no/rapportering-av-konserter-i-utlandet/

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Are some types of yoik covered by special copyright provisions to accord with Sámi tradition?

Yes, TONO has special copyright rules for the personal yoik that it administers. Copyright protects everyone who creates works of music or other intellectual property, and forms the basis for TONO’s operations. In Norway, this right is established in law through the Norwegian Copyright Act. It is also protected under a number of international agreements,…
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