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The Business Profile defined herein is a subset of the descriptions for commercial exploitations, to be used in Release Notifications (i.e. in a NewReleaseMessage defined in the Electronic Release Notification Message Suite Standard) and communications regarding musical work licences (i.e. in messages defined in Musical Works Licensing Message Suite Standard), and how to report sales for Releases distributed in accordance with such exploitation types (in a sales report message defined in Sales Reporting Message Suite Standard). The differences are described in Table 1.

Each of the lines of the table defines one Business Profile. Further details of these are then provided, for each of them, in the remainder of Clause 4.

Most Business Profiles defined in this standard do not normally make use of UserInterfaceType and DistributionChannelType. However, if they are communicated they will need to be adhered to by the MessageRecipient. This is indicated with a “Normally not used” in this table. The XML samples do not show their use in such cases.

Table 1 — Business Profiles defined in this Standard

Business Profile

Name and description

Core allowed value sets describing the Business Profile

Commercial-ModelType

Use Type

User-InterfaceType

Distribution-ChannelType

Technical Instantiation

1. Generic Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the Releases with no limitation. This profile makes no commercial distinction between DRM-protected and Non-protected versions of the service.

PayAs-YouGoModel

Permanent–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

2. DRM-Protected Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the DRM-protected Releases with no limitation.

PayAs-YouGoModel

Permanent–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

DrmEnforced

3. Non-Protected Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the non-protected Releases with no limitation.

PayAs-YouGoModel

Permanent–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not-DrmEnforced

4. Ad-Supported Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the  Releases with no limitation. This profile makes no commercial distinction between DRM-protected and Non-protected versions of the service. Payments are funded through advertisements.

Advertisement-SupportedModel

Permanent–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

5. DRM-Protected Ad-Supported Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the DRM-protected Releases with no limitation. Payments are funded through advertisements.

Advertisement-SupportedModel

Permanent–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

DrmEnforced

6. Non-Protected Ad-Supported Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the Non-protected Releases with no limitation. Payments are funded through advertisements.

Advertisement-SupportedModel

Permanent–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not-DrmEnforced

7. Tethered Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the Releases as long as a subscription is kept.

Subscription-Model

Conditional–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

8. Ad-Supported Tethered Download Service

Consumers can download content via the internet and keep the Releases as long as a subscription is kept. Payments are funded through advertisements.

Advertisement-SupportedModel

Conditional–Download

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

9. Interactive Subscription Streaming Service

Consumers subscribe to a service where they can interactively stream content from a large repository of content. Payment is received via subscription fee.

Subscription-Model

OnDemand Stream

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

10. Interactive Ad-Supported Streaming Service

Consumers subscribe to a service where they can interactively stream content from a large repository of content. Payment is received via advertisement.

Advertisement-SupportedModel

OnDemand Stream

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

11. Non-Interactive Subscription Streaming Service[1]

Consumers can listen to pre-programmed (often algorithmically generated) stream of music with no interactivity beyond start/pause/stop/skip. Payment is received via subscription fee.

Subscription-Model

Non-Interactive Stream

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

12. Non-Interactive Subscription Streaming Service On Device

Consumers can listen to pre-programmed (often algorithmically generated) stream of music with no interactivity beyond start/pause/stop/skip. Payment is received as part of a device purchase or rental.

DeviceFee-Model

Non-Interactive Stream

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

13. Non-Interactive Ad-Supported Streaming Service[2]

Consumers can listens to pre-programmed (often algorithmically generated) stream of music with no interactivity beyond start/pause/stop/skip. Payment is received via advertisement.

Advertisement-SupportedModel

NonInteractive-Stream

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

14. Kiosk Service

Consumers can access a physical Kiosk and download content from there. They can then keep the Releases.

PayAsYouGo-Model

Permanent–Download

Kiosk

Not to be used

Not to be used

15. Ringtones And Mobile Service

Consumers can access content as Ringtones on their mobile phones. This also includes other "Mobile Products".

PayAsYouGo-Model

Any combi-nation of: UseAs*-Tone

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

16. Rights Claims On User Generated Content

Consumers may upload the content but the label asserts a rights claim and the related RightsClaimPolicy and WebPolicy (if provided) must be applied by the DSP.

RightsClaim-Model

Any combi-nation of: UserMake-Available*

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used

17. Purchase As Physical Product

Consumers may purchase the release in the form of a physical product.

The Purchase As Physical Product Business Profile is typically combined with the Physical Release Structure defined in the relevant Release Profile.

Normally not used

Purchase-AsPhysical-Product

Normally not used

Normally not used

Not to be used



[1] Also known as Subscriber Web Radio

[2] Also known as Ad-supported Web Radio

 

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