Why does my business have to pay to Gramo?

When your company plays music audible to your customers, it must, according to Norwegian law, pay to those holding rights in the recordings.

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The purpose of Gramo is to prevent you having to pay every single artist, musician, and record company directly when your company use music, radio or TV audible to your customers and guests.

The Ministry of Culture has approved Gramo to collect and distribute the money (remuneration) on behalf of the musicians, artists and record companies.

When your company pays Gramo and Tono for your music use, it follows Norwegian law, together with over 16,000 other companies in Norway.

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