Tonight's the NIGHT! Our 2021 Re:Wind Fundraising Concert happens online, beginning at 6:30pm. With a few hours to… https://t.co/Lqcz33gszW
Did you know that all proceeds from next Thursday's online concert (sponsorships, ticket sales and silent auction b… https://t.co/eNZ9a34ziU
The countdown is ON! This year's fundraising concert, "Re:Wind 2021: The (Virtual) Prom" will be taking place onlin… https://t.co/Q6CRKKhdDp
Re:Wind, our annual benefit concert went virtual in 2020, raising a record $47K for Unison Benevolent Fund and the… https://t.co/V5VJcyJyWn
Notre concert de bienfaisance annuel Re:Wind, présenté en ligne en 2020, a permis de recueillir 47 000 $ pour le Fo… https://t.co/yoKI80lRLD
In 2020, Re:Sound processed more than 10 billion plays to deliver rights holders their royalties (each play process… https://t.co/wDxCAKg2JB
En 2020, Ré:Sonne a traité plus de 10 milliards d’écoutes au nom des titulaires de droits d’auteur (chaque écoute =… https://t.co/AN8rfYiiyy
En 2020, Ré:Sonne a perçu pour 39,3 millions $ de redevances, dont 32,3 millions étaient disponibles pour la distri… https://t.co/i8quxr332F
When Re:Sound was formed in 1997, we were called the Neighbouring Rights Collective of Canada. Learn more about our… https://t.co/V129iV5FZP
Ré:Sonne a été formée en 1997 sous le nom de Société canadienne de gestion des droits voisins. Apprenez-en plus sur… https://t.co/x4a7cJLbnw
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.