Code of conduct
You can view and download the GEA Music User Manual here.
The manual for users of recorded music is a complete record of the responsibilities and actions of the GEA as a Collective Management Agency and records the legal framework for the use of music in businesses and broadcasting programs (including online broadcasting) in as detailed a way as possible. and explanatory text.
At the same time, this text describes the main axes of communication and service of music users by GEA partners, either head offices or regional representative offices, as well as the recording and explanation of recorded music rights to the beneficiaries and users. music (businesses, radios, televisions, online media).
This handbook was created with the aim of properly, fully and explicitly informing music users, beneficiaries and the general public about the legislation on recorded music rights, the scope of beneficiaries’ representation and repertoire by the organization, as well as the role and operating regulations and quality criteria that GEA is committed to.
The manual is briefly divided into the following categories:
2. The service of music users
3. Our payroll and contracts
4. Comments, Remarks and Complaints
5. About the manual
For more information on licensing companies that use music, please contact the Public Performance Licensing Department of GEA headquarters at email: email@example.com or by phone at 801 11 11 432 (by landline) and / or 210 6752820-8 (from mobile phone).
For more information about the licensing of Radio Stations, please contact the Radio Licensing Department at email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 210 6752820-8.
For more information about the licensing of TV Stations, please contact the Television Licensing Department at email: email@example.com or by phone at 210 6752820-8.
For more information about online / New Media licensing please contact the New Media Licensing Department at email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 210 6752820-8.