How to get a licence for
Small internet radio

Licence managed by :

LOGO SACEM

SACEM repertoire includes the world’s broadest selection of music.

  • The works you use were created by authors and composers and are protected by law.
  • You must get a licence from SACEM to use them.
  • SACEM collects royalties and distributes them to creators and publishers, to remunerate
    their work. Paying royalties entitles you to use these works in full respect of
    copyright/authors’ rights.

Tariffs

For a small internet radio without podcast: Annual flat fee of €80.00 (exc VAT)* per broadcast channel.FermerBroadcast channels:
broadcast in distinct stream from a single Internet site

For a small internet radio with podcast: Annual flat fee of €120.00 (exc VAT)* per broadcast channel.FermerBroadcast channels:
broadcast in distinct stream from a single Internet site

For example: 3 different musical styles with 1 stream for jazz, 1 stream for classical music, 1 stream for rock music from a single site.

* plus current levies and taxes (VAT and social contributions).

Download the standard terms and conditions for a small internet radio without podcast (available in French only)

Download the standard terms and conditions for a small internet radio with podcast (available in French only)

Getting a licence

  1. Describe your project by filling in our online form.
  2. A SACEM consultant will contact you to finalize your licence request.

Helpful

  • If you use commercial recordings (singles, albums, including those which are self-produced), you must also apply for a licence from the producers of such recordings. For answers to your questions, you can contact:
  • The works you intend to offer in the context of your webradio may also belong to the repertoires of the following authors’ societies:

We invite you to contact them to be informed of their licensing conditions.