Koda’s June 2023 distribution took place on Thursday 15 June. For a full overview of the areas and performance periods included, see the Koda distribution schedule
TV and Radio
The June distribution covers all TV and Radio areas where distributions are made monthly. These primarily concern performances in March 2023, but in several areas you will find that performances from April 2023 have also already been reported, processed and are ready for distribution. For the first time ever, the distribution covers the TV channel TV2 Echo, which replaced TV2 Zulu as of 27 March.
Furthermore, the June distribution includes monthly distributions for music used in commercials on channels such as TV3+, Eurosport 1, Eurosport2, Disney Channel and more. You can read more about distributions for commercials here
Within the field of TV, the distribution also covers music used in Q1 2023 on the TV2 regional channels, and all of 2022 as regards Faroese TV and Greenlandic TV. Within the field of radio, the distribution includes the annual settlement for 2022 for Local Radio and Radio Klassisk.
Digital services at TV distributors
The June distribution includes annual distributions for a range of digital services offered by TV distributors such as YouSee, Stofa, Waoo and others. Among these you will find Interactive TV Services 2022, which covers the various ways in which TV distributors make content from the flow channels in their TV packages available digitally. More specifically, it concerns the music use that takes place when broadcasts are started over, watched via catch-up archives or recorded (NPVR) by individual users.
The distribution also covers VOD archives at TV distributors 2022, which concerns the use of music in films and series that distributors make available to their subscribers via VOD archives.
Music streaming and VOD
The June distribution includes quarterly distributions for the streaming services Spotify and YouTube, covering licensing in Denmark as well as direct licensing abroad. For information on specific periods, see the distribution schedule
The June distribution also includes a monthly distribution for performances in April 2022 on Nuuday Musik (YouSee Musik and Telmore Musik), and an annual distribution for the web radio Radio Play 2022.
As regards VOD, the June distribution includes a quarterly distribution for Netflix (Q3 2022) and an annual distribution for the Danish libraries’ film service Filmstriben. The June distribution also includes the area Film in education, covering music used in films used for education purposes. Koda receives reports from CFU (Center For Undervisningsmidler/Centre for Educational Resources), which makes a large selection of films digitally available to educational institutions.
Concerts and Films in cinemas
As regards concerts, the June distribution covers all concerts where music reporting has been processed and completed and where Koda has received all necessary information from the concert promoter (for example about ticket revenues per concert). Most of the distribution concerns concerts held in 2023. Furthermore, the concert distribution includes concerts held in Tivoli over the course of 2022.
The June distribution includes distributions for the use of music in films shown in cinemas in 2022. Distributions within this area are made on the basis of data from Statistics Denmark regarding cinema tickets sold in Denmark.
Abroad and NCB
Prior to this distribution, Koda received new quarterly settlements from sister societies in the United Kingdom (PRS), Germany (GEMA), the USA (ASCAP), Italy (SIAE) and France (SACEM), and a significant part of the total distributions within this field comes from those countries. The distributions primarily cover performances in 2022 within the areas of TV, Radio and Online.
The June distribution includes a biannual settlement from NCB for the sale of physical releases. It also covers mechanical rights on streaming services and YouTube in the USA, for which NCB has collected revenues through new collaborations with the companies MLC and Orfium. For details, see the NCB newsletter