Music License for Karaoke: T023

 

Rate for 2019

 

The rate for playing a protected musical work on demand in a karaoke setting is 12.5% of the revenues.

 

Regarding cases where –

  • There is no possibility of attributing the income to the music played in a karaoke setting
  • Karaoke can be used without music
  • Karaoke is one of a variety of possibilities

– In these cases, the rate is:

The rate for places that provide customers with rooms and karaoke equipment for payment (a usage fee).

The rate is based on the room capacity and the usage fees paid by customers.

 

  1. Monthly Royalties in NIS

Hourly Usage Fee in NIS

Capacity of
up to 10

Capacity of
11-30

Capacity of
31-50

Capacity of
51-100

 

Monthly royalties in NIS (not including VAT)

Monthly royalties in NIS (not including VAT)

Monthly royalties in NIS (not including VAT)

Monthly royalties in NIS (not including VAT)

Up to NIS 18 (Level 1)

336

672

1,008

1,344

Up to NIS 36 (Level 2)

449

896

1,345

1,793

Up to NIS 54 (Level 3)

560

1,121

1,682

2,242

Up to NIS 72 (Level 4)

672

1,344

2,016

2,687

 

 

  • When usage fees exceed NIS 72 (above Level 4), one third of the royalties listed for Level 1 (entry fees “up to NIS 18”) should be added.
  • When the room capacity is over 100, the Level 1 rate should be added for every 50 (or fewer) people.

The sums listed in this fee schedule do not include VAT. The legal rate of VAT will be added to each payment upon presentation of a legal tax invoice.

“A customer whose business is still in its first year after opening will benefit from a 10% discount on the rate – for the first year only. The discount will be granted on condition that the royalties are paid to ACUM during the business’s first year of activity, subject to the presentation of official documents indicating the date on which the business was opened.”

 

A summary of sample license conditions – karaoke – Note that the above-listed conditions do not constitute a license; they are a summary of the license conditions. The license provided to a user may include additional conditions.