The music industry has reached an agreement with Twitch: Here are the new rules!

Live streaming platform focused on esports and video games Twitch, last year licensed music It had entered a serious process because of the publishers who stole it. For National Association of Music Publishers (NMPA) is trying to reduce broadcasters playing licensed music. That’s why the music industry pressure on the platform last year to copyright notices and bulk of your videos to be deleted as caused.

Now, there is a new development on this subject. Here are the articles of the new agreement, which is very interesting for the publishers.

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What’s in the music deal between Twitch and NMPA?

Twitch, finally NMPA , but for publishers, it’s not exactly a game changer. The Washington PostAccording to the news, the platform sent an email to publishers earlier today. He explained the terms of the deal, what it means for them, and how they would handle their music use in the future.

Twitch music use copyright
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National Association of Music Publishers with (NMPA) Twitch What’s in the music deal between As part of the deal, participating music rights holders will be able to report certain uses of their music. For creators who are more flexible and use music unintentionally or incidentally, a more moderate method will be preferred. well warning instead of punishment system will begin to settle.

For example, when a rights holder reports that unauthorized music is being used on a creator’s channel, the following will happen:

  • Twitch has a team that will review reports on their music usage and check for completeness.
  • From the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Unlike (DMCA), the platform will give creators a chance to give a warning first.
  • Twitch will remove all VODs and clips containing unauthorized music from the creator’s channel.
  • If a live stream includes one of several obvious uses of music (such as rebroadcasting music concerts and streaming pre-release tracks), the platform may also issue a warning or penalty based on the creator’s history of such music use.