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    Daniel
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    Hey Folks,

    I am about to have a track placed in a Netflix movie. This is my first for movie streaming.

    Does anyone know how back end royalties work for Netflix?

    #26520 Reply

    soundspot
    Member

    So far Netflix has been abysmal… It’s essentially the same model as Pandora, “microdollars” that’ll buy you a cup of coffee. If you really crush it you might get a Peppermint Latte! o_O

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    Daniel
    Participant

    Thanks for the good news 🙂 .

    Maybe I should throw the contact in the garbage.

    Yeah. I think my music streams get 1/34 of a cent per hit.

    #26524 Reply

    Michael Nickolas
    Participant

    I have a track in a movie on Netflix. After 1.8 Million streams I got $54.00. This is bad news for us as more and more viewers turn their back on broadcast and embrace streaming…

    #26527 Reply

    Daniel
    Participant

    Michael,

    Bad news indeed! Hope you got some sync revenue.

    #26528 Reply

    composer
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    In my experience, payments for original Netflix programs are similar to good cable placements and less than many network placements.

    My BMI statements include many (2-3 pages) Netflix payments under $1 for streaming of shows that originated elsewhere, and much larger payments for streaming of very popular shows. I don’t know if that represents less royalties per view than other TV reruns.

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