All about income sources
Do you want to find out how the different processes at Sena work? In five parts, we explain how we collect and distribute money for musicians and producers.
PART 1: HOW IS SENA’S INCOME FROM MEDIA GENERATED?
Radio stations and television broadcasters pay a fee to Sena for permission to play music. Income is also received for cable transmission, new media and dance events. Read more about the income from media
PART 2: HOW IS SENA'S INCOME FROM GENERAL LICENCES GENERATED?
Music creates atmosphere when it is played in public places. That’s why so many businesses play music in shops, gyms, restaurants and bars and offices. Read more about the income from general licences
PART 3: HOW IS SENA'S INTERNATIONAL INCOME GENERATED?
Organisations like Sena exist in many countries around the world. Sena has agreements with over 50 music licensing organisations to exchange playlist data. Read more about international income
PART 4: WHEN ARE YOU ENTITLED TO MONEY FROM SENA AS A MUSIC CREATOR?
To receive payment from Sena as a music creator you must be affiliated with Sena. The music you made must have been played in public and the repertoire must be registered with us. Find out more about music creator payments
PART 5: HOW IS SENA'S INCOME DISTRIBUTED?
How does Sena distribute the licence fee income received from the playlists to the songs and then on to musicians and producers? Read more about income distribution