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TV Long Form Infomercials Television long form infomercials (infomercials of longer than five minutes in duration) are processed for royalty distribution purposes in the same manner as other program performances, using information ASCAP obtains primarily from cue sheets and performance data supplied by ASCAP licensees and third parties.
If your music is used in a television long form infomercial, follow the steps set out below.
Infomercial Cue Sheet Template (EXCEL) Note: If alternate titles that are not included in the original claim are utilized in subsequent performance quarters, ASCAP must be notified of such utilization through the submission of a new claim via Member Access following the procedure set forth above.
Performance crediting for all advertisement music is subject to the ASCAP Weighting Formula and the rules and policies pertaining to performance claims.
This took place on August 28th 1922 and was for an American estate agent, Queensboro Realty.
It wasn’t until 1973 that the UK had its first radio commercial, which ran on LBC and promoted Birds Eye frozen food.
ASCAP processes music used in several advertising mediums.
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Radio Commercials Day commemorates the day when the very first radio commercial was broadcast on New York station, WEAF.
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