- 1 How do I know if a song is covered by CCLI?
- 2 How do you copyright a song on CCLI?
- 3 How do you use CCLI?
- 4 How do you display CCLI copyright?
- 5 What does CCLI not cover?
- 6 Does CCLI cover Facebook live?
- 7 Is CCLI legitimate?
- 8 What does CCLI license cover?
- 9 What music is covered by CCLI?
- 10 Does CCLI cover anthems?
- 11 Does CCLI cover live streaming?
- 12 Is CCLI free?
- 13 Is it legal to show YouTube videos at church?
- 14 How do I live stream a church service?
How do I know if a song is covered by CCLI?
How can I tell if a song is covered by my CCLI Copyright License? For the CCLI Copyright License, please research the song using SongSelect or check the Authorized Catalog.
How do you copyright a song on CCLI?
A simple way of doing this is to send yourself a copy by special delivery post (which gives a clear date stamp on the envelope), leaving the envelope unopened on its return. Once your songs are being used regularly by other churches, CCLI recommends that you consider signing with a song publisher.
How do you use CCLI?
Simply visit SongSelect. ccli.com and enter the song title in the search box. If your initial search results don’t include the song you are looking for, check the box next to “Expand search to show all songs” for more results.
How do you display CCLI copyright?
If you are uncertain of your CCLI number, you can find your CCLI License Number on your License Certificate. In a printed format, for example a bulletin insert or songsheet, just include the copyright information at the top or bottom of the page.
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.
Is CCLI legitimate?
January 1988 in Portland, Oregon, U.S. U.S. Christian Copyright Licensing International ( CCLI ) is a privately owned company that was founded in the US in 1988 by Howard Rachinski. CCLI was launched after being developed by Rachinski for 3½ years while he was a music minister at a large church in Portland, Oregon.
What does CCLI license cover?
The CCLI Copyright License ensures your church is covered. The Copyright License is tailored to your congregational singing activities and provides broad coverage for lyric storage, projections, song sheets, bulletin inserts, instrumental/vocal arrangements and service recordings.
What music is covered by CCLI?
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.
Does CCLI cover anthems?
With more than 500,000 songs available from more than 3,000 publishers, you can rest assured that the songs you love are covered. Search by song, author, lyrics, or CCLI number.
Does CCLI cover live streaming?
The CCLI Streaming licence allows you to stream or podcast your live -recorded worship service music on your church’s website or other streaming services. So you can now include your music along with the Pastor’s message as you webcast your church service.
Is CCLI free?
A Free account allows access to all SongSelect features; while limited to non-copyrighted songs within the public domain.
Is it legal to show YouTube videos at church?
Put simply, YouTube videos can be shown in your church provided the video is on an official channel and you have permission from the copyright owner. Not all videos uploaded to YouTube have been done so by, or with the permission of, the copyright owner or licensor.
How do I live stream a church service?
YouTube. YouTube is another excellent livestreaming platform for churches. Because YouTube has an embed option for live videos, you can actually embed and stream your live videos on your very own website, making it a great choice for churches who want their worship services accessible on their own sites.