What are Neighboring Rights?

Neighboring Rights are the rights of the owner or exclusive licensee of the sound recording (e.g., artist, record label or distributor) to publicly perform or broadcast a sound recording (e.g., broadcast on the radio or TV, or played live in a bar or a concert) and collect royalties in connection with these public performances of the sound recording.  Neighboring Rights vary country by country.

If you have any questions about Neighboring Rights or would like to inquire about having INgrooves collect these royalties on your behalf, please contact your label representative or musicsupport@ingrooves.com.

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