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How To Influence Music Licensing Fees

Representing Fitness Australia’s business members is at the top of our priority list.

That’s why we’ve had ongoing negotiations with OneMusic Australia on proposed music licensing fees.

We’ve constructed an industry committee with broad industry representation with the aim of achieving the best possible outcome for our members and industry as a whole.

After detailed analysis, careful consideration and the consolidation of industry feedback OneMusic Australia has released a second consultation paper.

OneMusic - Exercise Providers Music Licensing Consultation - Second Paper<< Click on the image to download the paper.

This paper serves as advice that OneMusic Australia intends to implement the new licence scheme outlined in their Exercise Providers Music Licensing Second Consultation Paper. They have advised that this paper serves as notification that they intend to implement the new licence scheme in late 2018.

What does this mean for your business?

It’s another chance to have input in the outcome of a changed music licensing structure. We encourage you to give us your feedback after reading OneMusic’s proposed fee structure.

Get involved because we want you to help influence music licensing fees in your gym, health club, fitness centre or PT studio.

All feedback must be submitted by 5pm on Wednesday 8th November via:
Joel Perricone, National Manager, Advocacy and Partnerships:
Email: joel.perricone@fitness.org.au Tel: 1300 211 311 Mobile: 0431 334 924

Remember, all feedback must be submitted by 5pm on Wednesday 8th November via;

Click on the image above to download the paper.

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