Insurance for Music Publishers

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do Music Publishers need insurance?

These establishments are involved in the acquisition and registration of the musical composition copyright. These companies are authorized to promote and use the musical pieces on television, on the radio, in live performances, or in motion pictures.

Music publishers are always a target of slander, libel and copyright claims. When faced with such a claim, make sure that your music publishing business has insurance to cover the cost of defending your business, court costs and payment for the damages in the event you lose a case. This saves you from having to spend a huge amount of money over a short period of time.

What risks do Music Publishers face?

Music publishers face a unique set of risks. Below are some examples:

  • One of your musicians spoke negatively about another musician, spreading lies and rumors that cost them sales.
  • A music publisher from another company sues your business for a copyright infringement claim against one of your musicians.
  • Your office building flooded due to a burst pipe. All your computers, equipment and furniture were destroyed. This puts all your production on halt.

How much does Music Publisher insurance cost?

There is no fixed cost of insurance for music publishers. The cost usually is identified based on the size of your business, the number of employees you have and the coverage required. To find out the cost of your insurance policy, you can apply for a free quote online or talk directly to our insurance experts.

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