What happens when my music gets used?

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Getty Images Music will grant a license to a customer for a particular track or set of tracks in a defined way (i.e., Internet, TV, etc., single-use, multi-use, subscription or blanket, etc.). The customer will report to and pay Getty Images, either at the time of licensing (for traditional “needle-drop” licenses) or when later downloaded or used (for blankets and other subscription models) for the use of your track. In some cases, especially for RF collections, payment may be made on the basis of page views, ad revenue sharing, or other new technology model.  You will receive monthly royalty statements that will be paid on a quarterly basis, within 60 days from quarter’s end.


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