- 1 Do you really need a CCLI license?
- 2 Do churches need a PRS Licence?
- 3 How much is a CCLI streaming license?
- 4 Does CCLI cover secular music?
- 5 What does CCLI not cover?
- 6 Does CCLI cover Facebook live?
- 7 Do I need a PRS Licence for YouTube?
- 8 Does Zoom have a PRS Licence?
- 9 Can churches play copyright music?
- 10 Is it legal to stream church services?
- 11 Does CCLI pay artists?
- 12 What songs are cover by CCLI streaming license?
- 13 Do you need a license to live stream on Facebook?
- 14 Can I use Hillsong songs for free?
- 15 What is the difference between CCLI and CCS?
Do you really need a CCLI license?
Churches do not need a performance license to play / perform copyrighted music in the context of a church service. A “generic” CCLI license is a protective measure which covers certain ways in which you can use the music, it’s not a performance license.
Do churches need a PRS Licence?
A PRS for Music Church Licence is required to cover the soundtrack within films or films scenes shown on church premises, outside of acts of divine worship. To show all or part of a film at any time you will also require a Church Video Licence (see the Showing Films at Church Fact File).
How much is a CCLI streaming license?
The CCLI license starts at $50 for churches with congregations of less than 25 and goes up to $750 for churches up to 99,999. This covers only one website, for churches on all tier levels. Scorecard: For smaller churches with only one website, the CCLI license has lower annual fees.
Does CCLI cover secular music?
The Streaming license does not cover the streaming of secular songs. If your church wants to webcast performances of secular songs, you may want to a consider a webcasting license from the performance rights societies (ASCAP, BMI, SESAC) or other service companies. Please contact CCLI at 1-800-234-2446 for assistance.
What does CCLI not cover?
The CCLI license permits the church to copy the lyrics, as well as the music, provided the following three points apply: The license would not cover the permission to make copies for the choir, or any performing individual or group, to use while they are performing a special number.
Does CCLI cover Facebook live?
In 2011, CCLI added the Streaming License as a supplement to our Copyright License. It is primarily intended to cover the live service webcasts on your church’s website; however it also covers third-party social media platforms, like YouTube and Facebook.
Do I need a PRS Licence for YouTube?
In relation to audio-only content, it is the service provider’s responsibility to take out the licence. In this case, YouTube would be the entity communicating music to the public and reproducing it digitally. You will only need a licence if you wish to make content available on your own service.
Does Zoom have a PRS Licence?
UPDATE (09/12/20): The PRS have since added some big third party streaming platforms to the list that the Limited Online Music Licence covers. For those who stream on FaceTime, Zoom or Skype according to temporary changes during the Pandemic you will require the LOML until June 2021.
Can churches play copyright music?
Rather, under Title 17 of the United States Code, section 110, churches and other houses of worship can be exempt from copyright infringement for the public performance of a copyrighted work. The work must be (1) of a religious nature and (2) performed in the course of a religious worship service.
Is it legal to stream church services?
While the Religious Service Exemption in US copyright law outlines the permissions for churches to perform songs that are copyrighted during their religious services, it does not permit that performance to be streamed or broadcast over the Internet.
Does CCLI pay artists?
Royalties are paid to publishers and song owners twice each year – quite a task given the number of songs and publishers covered! At the end of this process, CCLI then publishes a list of the top 100 reported songs for the previous six month period.
What songs are cover by CCLI streaming license?
Songs Covered The WORSHIPcast Streaming License covers more than 25 million secular and Christian songs across all genres from ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC, including holiday and patriotic music. The CCLI Streaming License covers more than 300,000 Christian songs from the CCLI catalog.
Do you need a license to live stream on Facebook?
Facebook Live audio should be licensed.
Can I use Hillsong songs for free?
The church gives any church or place of worship permission to play or perform Hillsong’s music as an act of worship without paying a performance copyright, which means anywhere around the world, a Hillsong song can be played for free with the lyrics projected on a screen.
What is the difference between CCLI and CCS?
In a nutshell, the important difference is: • Church Copyright License by CCLI primarily addresses the area of reproduction rights. PERFORMmusic License by CCS primarily addresses the area of performance rights. CCLI’s Church Copyright License does not grant performance rights.