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Why should you, as a comesopr care? From what I have learned, and experienced, Scripps demands that all of the music for it’s shows be “direct licensed”. In other words they do NOT pay any performance royalties to comesoprs. How do they get their music? Most likely from libraries that do a blanket license with the shows producers which, in most cases, means that you, as a comesopr, will not share in any of those blanket license fees. To be fair Scripps is not the only company that refuses to pay PRO monies. I believe ESPN is another company and their are probably more. How will you know if your music is being used on these shows? You will probably never know unless you happen to be watching and recognize your music or have a Tunesat account. Occasionally these shows will air internationally and you will see some performance monies though it will be miniscule. This makes it more insulting as they do not have to pay in the U.S. but are forced to in other countries thanks for posting this..I swore I heard one of my songs on ESPN a year or two ago and assumed I'd get a cue sheet on it but never did..now I know why..i'm not even sure which library I work with gave it to them it had even been selling at some RF sites around that time so maybe I did make a little $ off of it Jay
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