Dear inspirational motivational top selling friends @pinkzebra @StockSounds @AurusAudio @LumenMedia @TimMcMorris @soundroll @RedLionProduction @RocketSounds @OlexandrIgnatov @OctoSound @BlueFoxMusic @Sky-Productions @CommercialMusic @Dirtyflint @Stockwaves @MorningLightMusic @PR_MusicProductions @deepersound and everyone else.
As you can see in this thread a discussion about some tweaks to the broadcast licensing system have been going on since October last year. Or actually the discussion have been going on for some years at the forum, anyways you can see a short summary of some of the key points we are negotiating towards in the post above.
These suggestion will make all music producers income increase, if you are registered in a P.R.O or not. How many broadcast licenses do you sell? Are they mostly 1Million licenses? If so, most of them are wrongly purchased. How many lost broadcast licenses do you have? Which TV spots do your tracks end up in? Well those can be though ones to answer.
I do not expect you to answer any of these questions, you can also simply just ignore this post if you really don´t care.
Then again, if you do care about your income for the future, or just think in general that music producers should be paid rightfully for their work broadcasted, and that they should get some basic project info where music is being used etc. Then please just show a little support in this thread by writing +1. If you have thoughts to share please of course do that as well.
Many authors are probably thinking, yeah what´s the point, Envato is not going to listen anyway. Well, what if you are wrong this time? Envato has a gazillion projects going on in their eco system and not a gazillion employees. Things are on a priority list somewhere.
So the point of speaking up is that we as authors demand to be taken seriously, as it is serious money lost for both authors and Envato, every day, every week, every year. Maybe they need to hire someone for this project, maybe not. We´ll see what their response will be, but I certainly think there should be more than 18 authors (current user count in this thread) speaking up for a case as important as this. Every voice counts and will be highly appreciated.
Thanks a lot in advance guys!