Collecting Societies

WAMI was established in 2006 by major Indonesian music publishers.

WAMI represents 1,100 local composers, 13 local publishers and two foreign publishers to administer, manage and distribute the collection of royalties derived from performing rights based on authorization given by its members.

The royalty rates applied to users are subject to Value Added Tax, while the royalty rates received by composers are subject to Income Tax.

+62 2 17902980
+62 2 17992980

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Information for WAMI was contributed by the CMO through Baker & McKenzie


General Manager
  • Record companies
  • Music publishers
Rights administered by the Collecting Society? Right held by virtue of a law or statute? Possible by law to have these rights cleared directly by the right holder without involving the Collecting Society?
Reproduction / copying rights No No No
Public performance rights Yes No Yes
Distribution rights / rights to issue copies to the public No No No
Rights to communicate to the public / make available over the internet Yes No Yes
Other rights  

User can not directly ask for the permission to the composer