Use this template to calculate the BMI score and trigger it by typing an abbreviation. Based on the score, PhraseExpander will display if, based on that score, the patient is underweight, normal, overweight or obese. You can easily adapt the template to change the text that is displayed.
Jan 13, 2015 · The identification number (BMI refers to it as the identification number rather than the member number) is the 9 digit CAE/IPI number you would use to add your co-writer. Paul January 13, 2015 at 2:02 pm #19320 Reply
Aug 22, 2003 · Low-end TV usage (e.g. -- music is playing from a jukebox in a scene, but no one in the scene is paying any attention to the music) -- free (for exposure) to $2,000 for a 5-year license. In a film, the fee would be $10,000 in perpetuity.
Never mind that BMI has literally sued hundreds of establishments over the years that play music without a license. This one was hyped as an "exclusive." This one was hyped as an "exclusive." So ...
Jan 09, 2009 · A BMI rep stopped in today and basically told me that we owe BMI $1100 for music licensing this year. His contention is that BMI cannot be sure if we are playing unlicensed music or not.
Jul 21, 2011 · BMI — which, like ASCAP, licenses and collects royalties for a massive back catalog of tunes — announced the agreement via its website. The company said that Turntable.fm now has use of its ...
Sep 10, 2020 · NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) — U.S. performing rights organization Broadcast Music, Inc. announced that despite the global headwinds of COVID-19, they reported record revenue for the full fiscal year of 2020. During BMI’s fiscal year, which ended on June 30th, the PRO reported revenue of $1.311 billion, up $28 million from 2019.
Dec 22, 2017 · However, if you’re looking to gain royalties from public performances, consider the ASCAP, BMI and SESAC PROs. Sound Exchange As previously stated, the Sound Exchange is an organization that collects royalties for non-interactive music service providers.
Nashville BMI Records. Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) is an organization that collects and distributes royalties and licensing fees in order to protect the copyrights of its members. The organization sponsors an annual awards gala honoring its top members. Founded in 1939, it is the world’s largest music rights organization.