BMI is aware of the difficulties some of you may be facing in the path of Hurricane Florence and we’d like to assure both our licensees and songwriters, composers and publishers that if you’re impacted by the storm, we are here to help. For licensees who have any questions about their account status, please call our Customer Relations department at 800-925-8451. If you are a BMI affiliate and are unable to receive your quarterly royalties through the mail, please visit the USPS website, which is kept current with service disruption alerts and other locations where you can pick up your mail.
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Information about how BMI royalties are calculated and distributed are available in our Royalty Policy Manual.
Details on this quarter’s royalty distributions and a quarterly update from BMI President and CEO Mike O’Neill.
Details of BMI’s 2017 financial results, along with an analysis of the musical trends and technological advances that helped make them possible.
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