A. You experience in-venue music by walking into almost every retail store, business, or leisure space playing music. Music, videos and other various multimedia are broadcast within commercial environments to provide a certain ambience for customers. Studies show that playing the right music can increase sales by up to 50% and music plays an important part in creating the right ambience.
In-Flight music is featured on all long-haul flight entertainment players on the back of passenger seats. These systems offer playlists, albums and artist features for all genres, for the passenger to experience via headphones, during their flight.
A. For all emerging artists, we work in conjunction with our content partner and emerging music publisher, Sentric Music. If you’d like to be considered for distribution across our network, please fill in our artist form:
If you are a label/publisher and want to work with Rhiza Music then please fill in this form:
A. In-venue music providers enable artists, music labels, publishers and content owners to increase revenues while promoting their bands and artists and garnering extra sales, via music discovery platforms such as Shazam, through this add-on distribution service. It’s just another way to increase your audience base, engage new fans, earn new royalties, and round out your complete distribution portfolio.
A. You can...
But building respected and trusted relationships with in-venue music providers, delivering assets and quality control checks plus tracking all royalties due for airplay are a full-time job. Through the years, Rhiza has developed those relationships and systems. This allows you to do what you do best: creating, marketing and distributing your music.
i). Via fully licensed digital jukeboxes – these are sophisticated, wall mounted ‘touch screen’ boxes which offer the browser a full range of music. Our priority is to offer music to our ever-growing and in demand, “Breaking Bands” & “Up & Coming” channels on the players where listeners have the chance to discover new music.
ii). Via fully licensed digital background music systems used by a wide selection of venues, retail, stores, hospitality as a means to provide "on brand" music for their customers to enjoy.
iii) Via fully licensed in-flight entertainment systems.
A. Yes, you are. If you are the artist or a performer on the recordings, you will be entitled to collect 100% of the performers share of PPL or PRS For Music or territory equivalent royalties generated via public performance.
A. Yes, you should ideally become a member of both PRS For Music and PPL to ensure you receive your performers share of public performance royalties. It’s free to join PPL so there’s no excuse! A link at the bottom of our website takes you directly to the UK collection societies performer membership details.
A. In no way does working with Rhiza affect your rights. Think of us as an add-on music distribution and promotional service to your full distribution portfolio. We provide an opportunity to get your music placed on a wide variety of new radio style playlists.