Rettighetsorganisasjonen Tono does not preclude a claim for amends to be over 100 million after they won over TV-distributor RiksTV in the Supreme court.
It is money, after expenses are deducted, which will be favored Norwegian and foreign artists.
the Judgment is an intellectual property milestone with major significance for the rights holders, and not just on the musikkområdet, says the managing director of Tono, Cato Power, in a press release.A significant amount
The long-term rettskonflikten alone cost the Tono 8.8 million in relief with late payment interest, according to the imf, and the claim is already sent over to RiksTV.
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Now that the Supreme court has determined that RiksTV have any liability for the clearance of the musikkrettigheter in broadcasts beamed from abroad, there will come demands for the repayment for several years with broadcasts in channels such as TV3, Viasat 4, Max, TVNorge and Five.- Not finregnet yet
the Conflict has rolled in judicial system for six years, and out of court in even more years before that. Tono does not have an overview of the final requirement yet.
Tono manages musikkrettigheter for Norwegian and foreign rights holders.
- We have not finregnet on economic requirements yet, but it's going to be in the tens of millions of dollars. I also can't rule out a three-digit millionkrav, " says president and ceo Cato Strøm in Tono.2, 5 million copyright holders
Tono some consideration for the conveyance and pays amounts to its members four times a year. Tono-settlement for 2017 shows that rettighetsorganisasjonen had 565 million for distribution to their Norwegian and foreign members.
Ballad writing that the claim extends to nine years back in time, from 2009.
Tono has 32 000 members and represents 2.5 million licensees in other countries, which is represented by Tono in Norway.
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