DEAR MUSIC USERS
Not all music users utilise the same quantity of music, or in the same way. Therefore, it follows that a commercial music radio station will not pay the same licence fee to SAMRO as a small hairdressing salon that has the radio playing in the background for its customers’ enjoyment.
Therefore, in this month’s newsletter, we’ll be explaining more about how SAMRO determines the various tariffs payable by different music users. By way of example, we’ll be looking at Emperors Palace and which aspects of its business require a licence, and also profiling one of the entertainers and SAMRO members who performs regularly at the venue: the flamboyant and fabulous Nataniël.
Exciting news is that soon our licensees will be able to interact with SAMRO via a new web portal, and we bring you details on the systems upgrade that is making this innovation possible.
Would you like to have your business profiled in a future newsletter? Please feel free to contact us to enquire – regardless of the size or nature of your business, we’d love to hear from you!
Yours in music,
Marketing and Communications Manager: SAMRO