OneMusic Australia Places Of Interest, Activity and Amusement Music Licensing
PROPOSED CHANGES TO YOUR MUSIC LICENSING
Submission Deadline 16th June 2018
In the first half of 2019, APRA AMCOS and PPCA intend to launch the OneMusic Australia partnership to provide a one-stop shop for the music licensing needs of places of interest, activity and amusement, and remove the requirement to obtain multiple licences separately from APRA AMCOS and PPCA.
OneMusic Australia aims to simplify music licensing, reduce administrative burden and counter market confusion around the difference between APRA AMCOS and PPCA.
We have released multiple consultation papers on our website which seek comment on different types of music use across different sectors. We believe the consultation paper for places of interest, activity and amusement, found here, will be of interest to you as it sets out how OneMusic Australia proposes to license the use of music in your business.
Please read the consultation paper linked above. We encourage you and/or your members to provide us with feedback, as your comments allow us to build fair, equitable and practical licence schemes. Email your feedback by 16th June 2018 to email@example.com or ask questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about OneMusic Australia is available here: http://www.onemusic.com.au/faqs/
Additionally, if your contact details have changed, you can update them here; http://client.apraamcos.com.au/forms/ContactDetails
FRIENDLY INVESTOR WARNING
COIN OPERATED AMUSEMENT MACHINES
“POSSIBLY THE BEST AND SAFEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH”
Over the past few decades there have been a number of individuals/companies, promoting investment schemes in the coin operated amusement machine industry, promising attractive returns for little or no work.
Promoters usually promise to site and manage machines and send the investor regular returns. In almost all cases the promoters of these schemes do not live up to their promises or projections and invariably go BUST, leaving the investors to pick up the pieces, and in most cases sustain considerable LOSSES.
It is always wise to seek sound advice from other experienced operators in the industry if an offer sounds “TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE”.
For further details you can contact the NATIONAL AMUSEMENT MACHINE OPERATORS ASSOCIATION