Private: For music that people stream, for example when they listen to Spotify, you do not get paid for through Gramo. You may be paid for this through the agreements you or your record company have with Spotify or other music streaming providers.

Public: For music that is streamed in a shop, restaurant or similar, ie in the public space, the company that owns the shop or restaurant must pay Gramo and Tono for public performance of the music.

Gramo works to obtain reports from the music streaming providers on what music they have that is played publicly, so that we can pay out to you who have rights to this music.

Until now, only the major radio channels have had the opportunity to give us detailed information about what music and how much they play, and this is what we use as a basis for making payments. Therefore, your music must be played on the radio in order for you to get money. But when we get detailed information on what music and how much is played through the music streaming providers in shops, restaurants and the like, we include this in the basis for making payments. We are therefore working to ensure that your music can be played elsewhere than on the radio, and that you will still be paid money from Gramo for it.

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