When your music is played on radio abroad, you can get money for it from Gramo. We enter into exchange agreements with our sister organisations around the world.

Exchange with foreign countries takes place in this way:

  • Gramo receives reports on radio play from the sister organisations we have an agreement with

  • We go through the reports and find the Norwegian recordings that have been used

  • The sister organisations distribute the money and transfer this to Gramo

  • Gramo pays the money directly to our members

Money from abroad is specified on My Account, broken down by country and year.

Gramo has the following exchange agreements:

Country

Remuneration agency

Artist /
Musician

Record Company /
Master Owner

Belgium

Playright

Brazil

Abramus

Canada

Actra / Artisti

Canada

ReSound

Canada

MROC

Denmark

Gramex

Finland

Gramex

France

ADAMI

Georgia

GCA

Ireland

RAAP

Iceland

SFH

Italy

NEW IMAIE

Croatia

HUZIP

The Netherlands

Look now

Poland

SAWP

Spain

AIE

Great Britain

PPL

Sweden

Sami

Sweden

IFPI

Germany

GVL

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