ASCAP still doing cue sheets?

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    Composer Of Notes
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    Hi; Is ASCAP still doing cue sheets? I haven’t seen one in a couple of months and was wondering how everyone else is doing. Still seeing new episodes, but no new shows.

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    markholden
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    A cue sheet is the SOLE document that can enable a royalty payment for music in a film/TV/video program. An Inaccurate, incomplete, unauthorized or missing cue sheet is the #1 reason that such royalties are NOT paid. All PROs worldwide deal with cue sheets, and it’s crucial that stakeholders verify that sheets are timely submitted. Furthermore, it’s important to request of your home PRO to provide you copies of the sheets in which your music is used. Performance data can be arbitrarily modified over time, and there are often different sheets formatted for any number of PROs internationally. There are many moving parts, so it’s important that the source info is complete and accurate.

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    Michael Nickolas
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    True, there has been a slow down. But it comes and goes I find, so likely a pickup soon. Maybe it’s based on production schedules somehow, but I have no idea…

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