For businesses that play music

Information for businesses using music in public settings

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Written by Bastian Daae and Morten Tørmoen
Paying for the Music your Business Uses

Music agreement and prices for companies using music

You can calculate the price and register a music agreement on the website, or you can download a music agreement form with prices here.
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How much does my business have to pay to play music?

Here you will find some info and price calculator
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Why does my business have to pay to Gramo?

If your company uses music that is audible to your customers, you must, according to Norwegian law, pay to those who own the music.
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Have you had a visit from Gramo and Tono?

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Does my company have to pay for both Gramo and Tono?

In Norway, we have two groups of licensees who each have their own agency to collect and pay out money when their music is played in public.
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What happens if my business uses music without notifying Gramo?

What happens if we come visit? Here you will find some info there.
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Why does my business have to pay to Gramo when I only have TV?

Some of the music broadcast on TV holds the musicians and artists right to get paid for through Gramo.
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Do we have to pay for "walk in music" and break music at festivals and concerts?

All use of recorded music must be paid for, both for Gramo and Tono.
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