November 2019

On 14 November Koda distributed for music used on TV and radio in August 2019.

The October distribution encompasses most radio and TV music usage in August 2019 as well as a range of other areas where music use took place during other periods. You can find the specific relevant distribution areas in Koda’s distribution schedule here

Regular updates on any deviations from the distribution schedule and other information pertaining to the distribution will be posted here:

Final distributions – a supplement to previous distributions

The November distribution includes a number of final distributions for performances on TV, radio and in concerts in 2018. This includes the specific areas where, after the monthly or quarterly distributions have been carried out, some amounts still await distribution. This means that you will receive a supplement to previous distributions for 2018 within the fields of TV, radio and concert.

As regards radio, the November distribution includes a final distribution for the channels P3, P4, P6 Beat and P7 Mix as well as commercial radio stations. On TV, the channels concerned are DR3, DRK, DK4 and TV2’s nationwide TV channels. As far as concerts are concerned, the final distribution applies generally to all concerts.

Concerts

The November 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.

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.