June 2020

Koda’s June distribution will take place on 18 June. It covers music usage on a wide range of radio and TV channels during the month of March and parts of April. Distributions for ‘DR on Demand’ have been moved forward, enabling us to make distributions for music used on dr.dk sooner and include them on 18 June.

For more about the relevant distribution areas, visit our distribution schedule.

Final distributions for radio/TV

The June distribution also includes final settlements for 2019 within a number of Radio and TV channels, which means that you may receive additional distributions for performances of your music in 2019. However, final distributions in the field of concerts will be distributed in August.

Streaming and download services

The June distribution includes plays on streaming and download services that are not yet included in our monthly distributions, but where distributions are still made quarterly. For a list of services and periods, see the distribution schedule

Concerts

The June distribution includes monthly distributions pertaining to the field of concerts. However, please note that Koda only carries out distributions for concerts when full reporting has been received and processed and when we have received all the necessary information and payment from the concert promoter. Hence, you may find that even though your concert reporting was fully completed and submitted in a timely manner to Koda, you will receive your distribution at a later date.

Subsidised concerts

The June 2020 distribution includes distributions for subsidised concerts held in 2019. 

NCB

The June distribution includes physical releases and synchronisation from NCB. It also includes mechanical royalties from YouTube in the United States. Learn more from NCB's newsletter here

 

Any deviations from the distribution schedule or other information regarding the distribution will be announced in regular updates on this page prior to the distribution itself.

What are final distributions?

Koda’s monthly distributions are made on an ongoing basis based on a preliminary estimated minute value. When the year is up and the annual financial report has been approved, we draw up a final annual settlement plan that follows up any deviations from the estimated values.

If it turns out that sufficient amounts remain undistributed within a given area, that amount will be distributed as a supplement to the previous distributions made regarding the given year. The final distribution is made to the works and rightsholders that received funds during the first round of distributions and will be based on the same data as the original distribution.