PRISINDO is a non-profit institution which was established in 2010 by local musicians to administer members’ performing rights and remuneration rights for the use of sound recordings.
PRISINDO's revenues will mainly come from the right of public performance - broadcast or otherwise communicated to the public.
Information for PRISINDO was contributed by the CMO through WIPO
Theoretically, it is possible to have these rights cleared directly by the right-holders. However, in practice, the right holders tend to authorize collecting societies.
+ Television Broadcasting
License to broadcast sound recordings
Around 0,2 % x broadcasting hours of the commercial television per year (Note: It may be vary from each year to another)
+ Radio Broadcasting
Negotiable between PRISINDO and the licensees.
+ Playing Content to the Public or Offering Content to the Public for Rent
PRISINDO provides licenses to malls, shopping centres, music stores, café etc. to use its repertoire, music contents composed by its members, for commercial use, e.g. to be used in public areas and/or to be rent to the public.