The numbers are in and we really love our music! Canadians streamed 47% more music in 2018 than in 2017 and even pu… https://t.co/GFxVJRkuFw
Are you in the Regina area and interested in learning the ins & outs of an audio console? If so, check out the 2nd… https://t.co/ikwGh6LZIL
Happy New Years from all of us at Re:Sound! We can't wait to see what this year brings for us. 🎶🎉🎉
From all of us at Re:Sound, we hope you have a safe and exciting New Year's Eve. Here's to another year of collecti… https://t.co/m9gwmIEkPw
New Years Eve is tomorrow! Is your business licensed to play music at your holiday party? Learn more about music li… https://t.co/UKUtk6jY1P
Happy Holidays from all of us here at Re:Sound! We hope your day is filled with love, light, and music.
Would you like to feast your ears on what we were listening to in previous years? We've got you covered! Take a tri… https://t.co/QtOr0FbKyX
Just over one week till New Years Eve! Is your business licensed to play music at your holiday party? Learn more ab… https://t.co/mlCONoKwZ4
Our office will be closed from tonight until New Years. As we close another successful year of collecting & distrib… https://t.co/NwaFZUhQmA
And the answer is… AM/FM Radio! Canadians spend about 33% of time with radio, 15% with streaming, 11% with physical… https://t.co/CdZ4nHau22
As 2018 draws to a close, we asked everyone at Re:Sound for their favourite albums of the year. A playlist has been… https://t.co/r4egvEIHcp
Re:Sound is the Canadian not-for-profit music licensing company dedicated to obtaining fair compensation for artists and record companies for their performance rights.More About Us
All businesses are legally required to pay a licensing fee when broadcasting music or playing recorded music in public. Re:Sound is mandated by the Copyright Board of Canada, to provide music users with the licence(s) they need.More About Music Users
If you’ve performed on, or made, recorded music that has been released to the public, you may be entitled to royalties.
Royalties are fees that music users such as radio stations, music streaming services and businesses that use recorded music must legally pay in order to publicly use your sound recordings.