New Online Reporting is now available!
We have taken the covers off our new version of our Online Reporting Tool with improved search, minimal clicks, mobile device friendly and much more.
After significant customer feedback and testing we are getting ready to show you our new Online Reporting Tool, incorporating some of the great features we have added to SongSelect and introducing Music Reproduction Licence reporting.
Church Copyright Licence & Music Reproduction Licence Reporting
Instructions to set up or add extra users for Online Reporting under the Church Copyright Licence:
Go to Online Reporting and view the instruction on the page to login.
To assist you when reporting, please refer to the following:
Church Copyright Licence (reported Online):
- PROJECTION MASTER: This category covers the creation of a new overhead transparency or data projection file, not the number of times a song is sung or projected. If you create a new computer projection file each week, you need to report 1 for each song created. If you simply display an existing projection master, there is no need to report it more than once. If a song is saved in several files or on different computers, each one needs to be reported.
- PRINT: This category covers the printing of song lyrics into song sheets, service sheets, bulletins, etc. It also covers the occasions where you have needed to create a customised arrangement, but this can only be done where there is no published version available. Please do not record photocopies of music in this category, as this activity is reported separately on the Music Reproduction Licence worksheet.
- RECORD: This category covers the audio and/or video recording of the songs in your services, provided you are using musicians and not backing tracks or CD’s. If you record both audio and video, the songs need to be reported as 2. Please do not report the number of copies of these recording you have made. Please also note that these recordings are not to be sold for profit, but are to be used for those who cannot make it to the service.
The Authorised Lists containing all copyright owners covered by your Licence may be found on our website. To be able to use a song under the Church Copyright Licence, the song owner has to be on the Authorised Catalogue List. If the song is not covered by CCLI, you need to get permission directly from the Administrator of that song to be able to use it. New catalogues are being added every day, so it is worth you checking back at a later date. The church has 28 days from the day of entry in which you may edit any information in the online copy report, after which time you will need to contact our office to effect those changes for you.