Recorded Music NZ Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Recorded Music NZ's estimated annual revenue is currently $1.7M per year.
- Recorded Music NZ's estimated revenue per employee is $130,769
- Recorded Music NZ has 13 Employees.
- Recorded Music NZ grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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What Is Recorded Music NZ?
Recorded Music NZ is the industry representation, advocacy and licensing organisation for recording artists and their labels. Our Member Services team delivers projects and services that promote the recorded music industry to music fans around the country. We produce the annual Vodafone NZ Music Awards and publish the weekly Official NZ Top 40 Chart.This team also manages member track registrations, collects and analyses music-use data from broadcasters and others using our members' music and manages the distribution of royalties to the owners of the music used each year. We licence radio and television broadcasters to use our members recordings and provide licences for certain webcast services. Through OneMusic, a joint initiative with APRA, we also licence businesses around the country to use our members' music in public. Our ProMusic team is dedicated to protecting copyright as well as providing information and resources for music fans on where to find music legally on- and off-line.keywords:N/A
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Recorded Music NZ News
Harry's House is Styles' third solo studio album and his first music release since 2019's record-breaking sophomore album Fine Line.
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) is partnering with a 50-strong Pasifika choir to record songs from several island nations,...
OneMusic New Zealand is a joint licensing initiative between APRA AMCOS and Recorded Music NZ. They provide businesses with easy access to...
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