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NMPA Membership Dues Reduced For Qualifying Publishers

Posted April 4, 2017

by L. Redwing

The NMPA has just announced membership dues have been reduced for our publishers who qualify for the flat fee tiers below. The NMPA protects and advocates for the copyrights and intellectual property of its publisher members as a trade association. They are currently spearheading the industry-wide hearings before the Copyright Royalty Board fighting tech giants Apple, Amazon, Google, Spotify and Pandora for an increase in mechanical royalty rates for interactive streaming.  Additionally, to date, NMPA’s litigation and settlement efforts have led to the distribution of over $500 million to music publishers and songwriters.  

 
NMPA FY 2018 Flat Fee Dues Tiers
Publisher reporting $50,000-$100,000 in 2016 Gross Revenue = $250 dues
Publisher reporting under $50,000 in 2016 Gross Revenue = $100 dues
 
Publisher reporting above $100,000 in 2016 Gross Revenue = dues TBD by market share
 
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