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This section of the DDEX Knowledge Base contains Version 1.0 of the Recording Data and Rights Revenue Reporting Standard 

1  Introduction

This standard was developed by the member organisations of the Digital Data Exchange, LLC (DDEX) and provides a uniform mechanism for the declaration of revenues generated from the usage of Releases and/or Resources to owners of rights in Sound Recordings or Music Videos, their administrators or agents.

Any organisation wishing to implement this (or any other DDEX standard) is required to apply for an Implementation Licence. The terms of the licence and an application form can be found on https://ddex.net/implementation/implementation-licence-and-ddex-party-identifiers.

 

 

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2 Scope

 2.1 Introduction

The message defined in this standard provides a uniform mechanism for the declaration of revenues generated from the usage of Releases and/or Resources to owners or administrators of Rights in Sound Recordings or Music Videos. As such this standard has been developed to be used by Music Licensing Companies to report revenues to other Music Licensing Companies or record companies. This standard supports the communication of revenues and other amounts generated by Music Licensing Companies representing performers as well as producers.

The message defined herein is a flat-file replacement for the XML-formatted DeclarationOfRevenue message defined in version 1.4 (and earlier) of the Music Licensing Company Message Suite and Choreography Standard. DDEX has decided to deprecate this XML message in the future and replace it with the flat-file format defined herein.

 2.2 Organisation of the Standard

This standard comprises eight clauses. Clauses 1-4 provide the scope, abbreviations and core definitions used in this standard. Clause 5 then defines the Choreography. Finally Clauses 6 and 7 provide the message format and the Record Type definitions before Clause 8 lists all Allowed Value Sets and Allowed Values used herein.

3 Normative References

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The following normative documents contain provisions, which through reference in this text constitute provisions of this standard. For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or revisions of, any of these publications do not apply. For undated references, the latest version applies.

  • DDEX Data Dictionary Standard. Latest Version
  • DDEX Party Identifier (DPID) Standard. Latest Version
  • DDEX, Digital Sales Reporting Message Suite Standard - Part 8: Record Type Definitions
  • IETF. RfC2026. SSH File Transfer Protocol. October 2001
  • IFPI. Global Release Identifier (GRid) Standard. Latest Version
  • ISO 639-1:2002. Codes for the representation of names of languages — Part 1: Alpha-2 code. 2002
  • ISO 3166-1:1997. Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions – Part 1: Country codes. 1997
  • ISO 3901:2001. Information and documentation – International Standard Recording Code (ISRC). 2001
  • ISO 4217:2001. Codes for the representation of currencies and funds. Latest Version
  • ISO 8601: Data elements and interchange formats – Information interchange – Representation of dates and times. Latest Version
  • ISO 15707:2001. Information and documentation -- International Standard Musical Work Code (ISWC). 2001
  • ISO/IEC 10646, Information technology — Universal multiple-octet coded character set (UCS). Latest Version

4 Terms and Abbreviations

 4.1 Terms and Definitions

For the purposes of this Standard, the following terms should be read as having the meanings specified here: 

Audio-visual Resource  

An audible and visual persistent manifestation of a subject (often but not necessarily of a performance). 

Cell

An individual data element in a Record. Cells are separated by Delimiters.

Claiming Music Licensing Company

A Music Licensing Company that is receiving a Revenue report from a Paying Music Licensing Company.

Collecting Music Licensing Company

A Music Licensing Company that originally collected Revenue for Sound Recordings, Music Videos and/or other Audio-visual Resources from licensees. 

Delimiter

A character that delineates, in a flat file, either one Record from another Record or one Cell from another Cell.

Message Recipient

A Party that receives a Message formatted in accordance with a DDEX Standard from a Message Sender. The Message Recipient may also be one or more of a Licensor, a Licensee, a Rights Controller, a Rights Administrator, a Licensing Agent or a Rights Holder.

Message Sender

A Party that sends a Message formatted in accordance with a DDEX Standard to a Message Recipient. The Message Sender may also be one or more of a Licensor, a Licensee, a Rights Controller, a Rights Administrator, a Licensing Agent or a Rights Holder.

Music Licensing Company

A company that is duly authorised to issue licences for the use of SoundRecordings and music videos. Music Licensing Companies may issue licences on behalf of phonogram producers, performers or both.

Note: Music Licensing Companies were previously referred to as Producers (and/or Performers) Collection Societies (PCSs).

Note: Music Licensing Companies are sometimes abbreviated as MLCs. DDEX avoids using that abbreviation as it may be confused with the Mechanical Licensing Collective established by US law.

Music Video

An audio-visual recording of the performance of a musical work.

Paying Music Licensing Company

A Music Licensing Company that has collected Revenue for Sound Recordings, Music Videos and/or other Audio-visual Resources, and that reports such Revenue. 

Record

A line in a flat file containing data about a specific data entity. The Record type is indicated in the first Cell. Data elements are contained in Cells which are separated by a specifically defined Delimiter.

Resource

A digital fixation of an expression of an abstract Work (such as a sound recording, a video, an image, software or a passage of text). Resources are individual assets that make up a Release. Typical Resources are sound recordings, video clips and cover art images.

Revenue

The amount of money generated in accordance with the commercial relationship between Licensee and Licensor for the distribution of Releases to consumers.

Rights Controller

A Party that controls rights in one or more Creations in respect of some or all rights for specific territories, time periods, Rights Types, Usage Types and Commercial Model Types (which may be anything up to and including all rights for the world, in perpetuity, for all types of Usage and for all types of Commercial Models). Creations include Musical Works, Sound Recordings and other Resources as well as Releases.

A Rights Controller is in many cases also the Licensor.

A Rights Controller may be a human being or other legal person or corporate entity.

A Rights Controller may or may not also be the Rights Administrator, the Licensing Agent or the Rights Holder.

A Rights Controller may or may not be the Message Sender or Message Recipient of a message in a specific information exchange defined by a DDEX Standard.

Secondary Delimiter

Delimiter used to separate data elements within a single Cell.

Sound Recording

An audible persistent manifestation of a subject (often but not necessarily of a performance).

 4.2 Abbreviations

AMEPAutomated Message Exchange Protocol
ACAAppointed Certification Agency
AVSAllowed Value Set
BPBusiness Profile
CISAC

Confédération internationale des sociétés d'auteurs et compositeurs, the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (see cisac.org)

CACertification Agency
CTConformance Tester
DAWDigital Audio Workstation
DDEX

Digital Data Exchange

DSIGDigital Signature
DSPDigital Service Provider (incudes Mobile Service Providers)
DSRDigital Sales Reporting
ERNElectronic Release Notification
FTPFile Transfer Protocol (FTP specifically includes SFTP)
GRidGlobal Release Identifier
HTTPHypertext Transport Protocol  (HTTP specifically includes HTTPS)
HTTPSSecure Hypertext Transport Protocol
IECInternational Electrotechnical Commission (see iec.ch)
ISOInternational Organisation for Standardisation (see iso.org)
MIMEMultipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
MWLMusical Works Licensing
MWNMusical Works Notification
MRBV

Multi-Record-Block Variant

PCAPrivate Certification Agency
PDFPortable Document Format
RESTREpresentational State Transfer
RINRecording Information Notification
SFTPSecure FTP
SRBV

Single-Record-Block Variant

TISTerritory Information System (a CISAC Standard)
TLSTransport Layer Security
UGCUser-generated content
URLUniform Resource Locator
XMLeXtensible Markup Language
XSDXML Schema Definition
W3CWorld Wide Web Consortium (see w3c.org)
WSWeb Service

5 Choreography

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Figure 1 shows the choreography of processes that this standard enables. Table 1 summarises the point in the relevant business processes when the message is sent. The table also indicates who sends the message to whom.

The use of an Acknowledgement Message, shown as ACK, is optional and not defined in this standard.


Figure 1 – Simple scenario of the choreography for the Recording Data and Rights Revenue Reporting Standard

 

Figure 2 – Two-step scenario of the choreography for the Recording Data and Rights Revenue Reporting Standard


Table 1 – Messages in the Recording Data and Rights Revenue Reporting Standard

Message Name
Initiating Event
Sender
Recipient

RevenueDeclarationMessage

 

A Music Licensing Company has generated revenue for a Sound Recording or Music Video for which it has received a claim and wishes to report these revenues to a Recording Rights Controller 

Music Licensing Company (Collecting Music Licensing Company and Paying Music Licensing Company)

 

Recording Rights Controller that made a claim for the Sound Recording or Music Video to the Collecting Music Licensing Company

RevenueDeclarationMessage

Music Licensing Company has generated revenue for a Sound Recording or Music Video for which it has received a claim and wishes to report these revenues to the Claiming Music Licensing Company

Music Licensing Company (Collecting Music Licensing Company and Paying Music Licensing Company)

Music Licensing Company (Claiming Music Licensing Company) that made a claim for the Sound Recording or Music Video to the Collecting Music Licensing Company

RevenueDeclarationMessage

Music Licensing Company has received a revenue report from a Collecting Music Licensing Company and wishes to report these revenues to a Recording Rights Controller 

Music Licensing Company (Paying Music Licensing Company)

Recording Rights Controller that made a claim for the Sound Recording or Music Video to the Paying Music Licensing Company (Claiming Music Licensing Company)

6 Message Defintion

 6.1 Overview

RevenueDeclarationMessages in accordance with this standard shall be following the technical details defined in Clause 6.2 and be communicated in accordance with Clause 6.5. The Record Types referenced herein are defined in Clause 7.

Such messages shall comprise:

  1. One Header Record RHEA in accordance with Clause 7.1;
  2. 1-2 Statement Summary Records RS01 in accordance with Clause 7.3
    1. Each  RS01 can be followed by 1-n Allocated Party Summary Records  RS02 in accordance with Clause 7.4; each Allocated Party Summary Record shall be pointed to from at least one Sound Recording Revenue Details Record or Other Revenue Details Record or Audio-visual Resource Revenue Details Record. The Statement Summary Record shall provide summary information for exactly these Revenue Details Records;
  3.  1-n Revenue Details Records  RD01 in accordance with Clause 7.5  or RD02 in accordance with Clause 7.6  or RD03 in accordance with Clause 7.7. Each Revenue Details Record shall point to exactly one Allocated Party Summary Record to which it provides detailed information;
  4. One Footer Record RFOO in accordance with Clause 7.2.

In cases where a company wishes to send a RevenueDeclarationMessage to report no revenues, it shall omit any RDxx Records.

Since the Header Record only allows a single DistributionDate, a RevenueDeclarationMessage can only relate to a single distribution.

The table below provides an overview of the order and cardinality of the Records to be used in this Standard.

Record TypeCardinality
RHEA1
RS011-2

 RS02

1-n

 RD01 or  RD02 or  RD031-n
RFOO1


 6.2 Technical Details

6.2.1 Baseline Format and Character Codings

Revenue declaration messages created in accordance with this standard shall be tab delimiter-separated values text files. Further details are provided below.

The messages defined in this standard are coded using UTF-8 with a big endian byte ordering.

A company receiving a revenue declaration message with a Record containing information identified by an unknown Record Type Identifier may ignore such Records.

6.2.2 Delimiters

Each Record is placed into one line terminated by a line feed (Unicode U+000A) or a carriage return and line feed pair (Unicode U+000D 000A).

Cells within a Record are separated by tab characters (Unicode U+0009).

Should a Cell contain two or more data elements, these data elements shall be separated by a pipe character (Unicode U+007C). This is referred to as a Secondary Delimiter.

All data elements in a multi-value Cell shall be of the same primitive data type.

Should a Cell contain a data element whose provenance needs to be provided, the data element shall be preceded by a string that provides a "namespace" and two colon characters (Unicode U+003A). The double colon is referred to as a Namespace Delimiter.

Examples include specifically identifiers where, e.g., a party ID can be communicated as " ISNI::0000000081266409 ", indicating that the identifier (0000000081266409) is an International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI).

In addition, if a party provides multiple IDs whose type cannot be defined by a namespace before the double colon, then the type of the identifier can precede the data element, from which it is separated by a colon (Unicode U+003A), e.g "PADPIDA2007081601G::PartyID:123456", where 123456 is a PartyID as defined by the party with the DPID PADPIDA2007081601G.

Delimiters shall not be surrounded by extra space characters. The same principle applies to the Secondary Delimiter.

Example: Two identifiers, 1234 and ABCD should be communicated in once Cell as "1234|ABCD" and not as "1234 | ABCD".

If a Message Sender has received data with extra white spaces, they are encouraged to trim any such extra white space characters when compiling a RevenueDeclarationMessage. They may, however, also use the data with these extra white space characters in such cases. The same principle applies to the Secondary Delimiter.

Example: When the Message Sender received a Display Artist as "John Lennon ", then the Display Artist should be communicated as "John Lennon" but may be communicated as "John Lennon ".

To communicate a primary Delimiter in a Cell, such a Cell shall not be enclosed in double quote characters. Instead the Delimiter shall be immediately preceded by an escaping code.

To escape a primary Delimiter, the escaping code is the backslash character (Unicode U+005C). Therefore, the string A[TAB]B would have to be communicated as A\[TAB]B (with [TAB] representing the tabulator).

To escape a Secondary Delimiter, the escaping code is a double backslash character (Unicode U+005C). Therefore, the string A|B would have to be communicated as A\\|B.

To communicate a backslash character, three backslash characters need to be communicated. Therefore, the string A\B would have to be communicated as A\\\B.

This “escaping mechanism” must be used for all special characters in all Cells, whether those Cells allow multiple values or not. A non-escaped pipe character in a single-value cell is, consequently, an error. For the avoidance of doubt, escaping a character that should not be escaped, or not escaping a character that should have been escaped, will lead to an invalid message.

 It is not permissible to include empty Records in a RevenueDeclarationMessage. Records whose first character is the hash symbol (“#”, Unicode U+0023) shall be ignored by automated ingestors. These Records are included solely to aid human readability.

It is possible to communicate empty Cells. In that case, two tab characters shall follow each other with no characters in-between. The semantics of an empty Cell is determined by the commercial relationship between Message Sender and Message Recipient, unless specifically defined in this standard.

6.2.3 Primitive Data Types

Within this standard the following primitive data types are used. This standard does not prescribe a specific precision in which numbers are to be given. Message Sender and Message Recipient must agree a mutually agreeable precision for the type of transactions at hand. 

 

Data Type
Definition
Example

Date

A date in the ISO 8601 format to indicate a single year (YYYY), month (YYYY-MM) or day (YYYY-MM-DD).

2015-01-09

Duration

A duration in the ISO 8601 format (P[nY][nM][nD][T[nH][nM]nS]).

Elements including their designator may be omitted if their value is zero.

Note that the expressions “PT3M2S” (three minutes and two seconds) and “PT182S” (182 seconds) are both permitted and are equivalent.

PT3M2S

Multiple

A sequence of 0-n strings in accordance with a defined data type separated by Secondary Delimiters.

If only one data item is to be provided, no Secondary Delimiter shall be included.

If the cardinality of such an element is "M", at least one such data item must be provided.

Cells that may contain multiple values may be related related. For example one Multiple-String Cell may be for names of composers/lyricists and it may be followed by a Multiple-String Cell for identifiers of these composers/lyricists. In those cases, both Cells must contain the same number of Secondary Delimiters and there may only be 0-1 data items between the Secondary Delimiters.

"12" or "12|54|123" or "12||123" (without the quotes)

String

A sequence of characters with a length of at least one character. This standard does not define a maximum length. Strings may not contain non-printable characters (Unicode U+0000 to U+001F).

Johannes Brahms

Integer

A sequence of digits to represent positive or negative integer numbers, or zero.

135672

Decimal

A sequence of digits to represent positive or negative integer numbers, positive or negative decimal fractions or zero. See Clause 6.4 regarding precision of amounts.

The character used to separate the integers from fractions is the dot (“.”, Unicode U+002E).

Thousands separators or any other digit grouping shall not be used.

Numbers may be represented with a trailing decimal point, a trailing “.0” or with no trailing characters. For example, the number five can be represented as “5”, “5.” for “5.0”. Multiple trailing “0” should not be used, so the value 5.5 should not be represented as “5.50” or “5.5000”. When the number 0 (zero) is to be communicated, it shall be represented as 0  (and not 0.0 or 0.000000).

123

123.567

-5.25

0

Boolean

A string containing either “true” or “false”

true

PartyIDA string in the form IdType::ID where IdType identifies the identification scheme. Examples are ISNI for an ISO 27729 International Standard Name Identifier, IPI for a CISAC Interested Party Identifier or IPN for a SCAPR International Performer Number. The ID element then contains the identifier in the format defined by the identification scheme. Only one identifier can be communicated for each party in a PartyID field.ISNI::0000000081266409

DDEX Party ID

A string of 18 characters in accordance with the DDEX Party ID standard.

Note that the DDEX Party ID standard defines that DDEX Party IDs do not contain dashes in computer-to-computer communications. Therefore, DDEX Party IDs, when included in a RevenueDeclarationMessage, shall not contain dashes.

PADPIDA2014122301Q

AVS

A string from a pre-defined allowed value set. Allowed value sets and their allowed values are listed, defined and provided in Clause 8.

To override a DDEX-defined value, the DDEX-defined value “UserDefined” shall be used, followed by single space character and a string representing the term to be communicated. This string shall only comprise lower case letters, upper case letters or digits, e.g. UserDefined StreamInOnlineGame.

Such user-defined values will need to be agreed between Message Sender and Message Recipient and users are encouraged to raise these issues with DDEX (e.g. via http://www.ddex.net/implementers-forum) with a view to having these values added to the list of DDEX-defined allowed values.

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 6.3 Reporting Financial Figures

In Records RS02, RD01, RD02 and RD03, amounts are reported that have to be added or deducted from the gross revenue to calculate the net revenue. These figures shall be given as positive numbers in the report if they are added to the gross revenue, and as negative numbers if they are subtracted from it. Hence, all additions are shown as positive numbers and all deductions as negative numbers, independent of the semantics of the cell name. This means the values can simply be summed up to get the net revenue: gross amount + (deductions/additions) = net amount.

The following cells usually contain values that are deducted from the gross revenue and that are therefore negative numbers:

  • CollectingMlcCommission, PayingMlcCommission
  • CollectingMlcOtherDeductions, PayingMlcOtherDeductions

  • CollectingMlcWithholdingTax, PayingMlcWithholdingTax

If these cells contain positive numbers, this is considered to be a refund that will increase the gross revenue.

The following cells usually contain values that are added to the gross revenue and that are therefore positive numbers:

  • CollectingMlcInterest, PayingMlcInterest
  • CollectingMlcVAT, PayingMlcVAT

If these cells contain negative numbers, this is considered to be a refund that will decrease the gross revenue.

For example, a Music Licensing Company that generated a gross revenue of €1,000* and charges a 2% commission should provide the following information in the RD01 Record:

Cell NameValue
CollectingMlcGrossAmount1000
CollectingMlcCommission-20

As a consequence, the Music Licensing Company would report €980 in the NetAmount cell.

If the Music Licensing Company wants to correct an earlier calculation in which too much commission, say €30 too much, was deducted, it can set the CollectingMlcOtherDeductions to be positive, meaning a refund:

Cell NameValue
CollectingMlcGrossAmount1000
CollectingMlcCommission-20
CollectingMlcOtherDeductions 30

 

As a consequence, the Music Licensing Company would report €1010 in the NetAmount cell.

 


*) The currency would be provided in the CurrencyOfAccounting of the relevant summary record.

 6.4 Precision of Amounts (informative)

While this standard does not prescribe a specific precision for numeric values and amounts in particular, Music Licensing Companies usually use at least seven decimal places for specifying amounts to avoid rounding issues.

Some Music Licensing Companies, in particular when reporting revenues for private copy levies on a per track basis that are derived from the market share of a single track, require even more precision. Thus, some Music Licensing Companies use up to 14 decimal digits.

It is therefore recommended that Message Sender and Message Recipient can deal with at least seven decimal digits.

 6.5 Message Transfer Protocol and File Naming Convention

The transfer of messages defined in accordance with this standard should be effected using SFTP.

All messages defined in accordance with this standard shall be named in accordance with the following syntax:

 RDRR_MessageRecipient_MessageSender_MessageNotificationPeriod_MessageCreatedDateTime.ext

With:

MessageRecipient

The Party Name or DDEX Party ID (DPID) of the Message Recipient.

The MessageRecipient may be omitted if the Revenue Declaration Message is sent to more than one recipient. This information shall be the same as the information conveyed in the file Header (RHEA). Note: DDEX Party IDs do not contain special characters.

MessageSender

The Party Name or DDEX Party ID (DPID) of the Message Sender.

This information shall be the same as the information conveyed in the appropriate Record. Note: DDEX Party IDs do not contain special characters.

Message-
Notification-
Period

The reporting Period covered by the Message in accordance with ISO 8601. The only allowed syntaxes are:

  • yyyy for a year
  • yyyy-mm for a month
  • yyyy-mm-dd for a day
  • yyyy-Qq for a quarter
  • yyyy-Www for a week (starting on a Monday)
  • yyyy-mm-dd--yyyy-mm-dd with the two dates being the start and end date of the period (note the two dashes between the two dates).

MessageCreated-DateTime

The date and time on which the Message was created (the only allowed format is the full basic ISO 8601 format without a time zone designator: yyyyymmddThhmmss). The time zone is assumed to be the one of the Message Sender’s  location.

ext

The file extension, to be “.tsv."
When the file is compressed, for example with gzip, the extension should indicate this and may be .tsv.gz.

The following constraints apply:

  1. None of the file name elements may contain an underscore character.
  2. None of the file name elements may contain a space character.
  3. When a file name element is to be omitted, the two underscore characters to the left and right follow each other immediately.
  4. Other file naming conventions may be agreed on a bilateral basis (specifically for testing).

7 Record Type Definitions

 7.1 RHEA — Header Record

This is the Header Record for the Revenue Declaration defined in this standard. Each file shall have exactly one such Header Record. It shall be the first Record in each file.
Cell Name Field DefinitionData TypeM/O/C?[1]Example
1

RecordType

The Type of the Record; always to contain “RHEA”.

Fixed string

M

RHEA

2

MessageVersion

The Version of the Message. This shall be 10.

Fixed string

M

10

3

MessageId

A string used to uniquely identify the Message. The MessageId shall be, in combination with the MessageSenderId, globally unique. Thus, a MessageSender shall never re-use a MessageId.

String

M

1234567890

4

MessageCreatedDateTime

The DateTime on which the Message was created (the only allowed format is ISO 8601 : YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssTZD).

ISO datetime

M

2014-12-14T10:05:00Z

5

UsageStartDate

The StartDate of the usage Period covered by the Message (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]].

ISO date

M

2014-12-01

6

UsageEndDate

The EndDate of the usage Period covered by the Message (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]].

ISO date

M

2014-12-01

7DistributionDate

The Date of the distribution covered by the Message (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]].

ISO dateM2014-12-01
8DistributionDescriptionA description of the distribution, which can include an identifier for it or its type (e.g. whether it is a provisory distribution, a cancellation of a provisory distribution, a final distribution or a settlement distribution).StringOFinal distribution
9

SenderPartyId

The DDEX PartyId (DPID) of the MessageSender.

DDEX Party ID

M

PADPIDA2008120501W

10

SenderName

The Full Name of the MessageSender.

String

M

PPL

11

RecipientPartyId

The DDEX PartyId (DPID) of the MessageRecipient. This element is mandatory when the Revenue Declaration Message is sent to one MessageRecipient and must not be included when the Revenue Declaration Message is sent to more than one MessageRecipient.

DDEX Party ID

O

PADPIDA2007081601G

12

RecipientName

The Full Name of the MessageRecipient. This element is mandatory when the Revenue Declaration Message is sent to one MessageRecipient and must not be included when the Revenue Declaration Message is sent to more than one MessageRecipient.

String

O

SCPP

 



[1] Mandatory – Optional – Conditional

 7.2 RFOO – Footer Record

This is the Footer Record for the Revenue Declaration defined in this standard. Each file shall have exactly one such Footer Record. It shall be the last Record in each file.
Cell NameField DefinitionData TypeM/O/C?Example
1

RecordType

The Type of the Record; always to contain "RFOO”.

Fixed string

M

RFOO

2

NumberOfAllocatedPartySummaryRecords

Number of Allocated Party Summary Records in accordance with the relevant profile.

IntegerM20
3NumberOfRevenueDetailsRecordsNumber of Revenue Details Records in accordance with the relevant profile.IntegerM20
4

NumberOfLines

Number of lines communicated, including Header and Footer Records as well as empty Records and commented-out Records.IntegerM1234

 7.3 RS01 – Statement Summary Record

This is the Record Type for the communication of summary information about Revenues that have been allocated to Music Licensing Companies, Rights Controllers or Contributors and are reported in such a message. Some Music Licensing Companies send two transfers, one for Rights Controllers and another one for Contributors, even if calculated as part of the same distribution, and this Record can be used for both.

Cell Name

Field Definition

Data Type

M/O/C

Example

1

RecordType

The Type of the Record, always to contain “ RS01”.

Fixed String

M

 RS01

2

StatementSummaryRecordId

The Identifier (specific to the Message) of the Statement Summary Record. This Identifier shall be referenced in Allocated Party Summary Records to indicate to which Statement Summary Record they provide further information.StringM123
3SummaryType

The Type of the statement provided in this Summary Record. There may be only one  RS01 Record with each of the allowed values in a message created in accordance with this standard.

AVSMRightsController
4CurrencyOfAccountingThe Currency in which the Revenue Allocations are accounted (represented by an ISO 4217 CurrencyCode).AVSMEUR
5NetRevenueInCurrencyOfAccounting

Net Revenue generated from the licensing of Resources in the CurrencyOfAccounting. The sum of the net values of the details needs to add up to this amount.

Decimal

M1176153.65
6PaymentDateThe date on which the payment associated with this statement summary was (or will be) made to the PaymentRecipient (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]].ISO DateO2019-10-10
7PaymentRecipientId

A ProprietaryIdentifier of the party that received (or will receive) the payment, preceded by a namespace identifier in the syntax ns::id.

PartyIDOmyns::4534
8PaymentRecipientName

The Name of the party that received (or will receive) the payment.

StringOUMG

 7.4 RS02 – Allocated Party Summary Record

This is the Record Type for the communication of summary information about Revenues to be reported to a specific Party to whom the Revenues are allocated.

Cell Name

Field Definition

Data Type

M/O/C

Example

1

RecordType

The Type of the Record, always to contain “ RS02”.

Fixed String

M

 RS02

2

StatementSummaryRecordId

The StatementSummaryRecordId of the parent  RS01 Record that this Allocated Party Summary Record provides details to.

StringM123
3

AllocatedParty
SummaryRecordId

The Identifier (specific to the Message) of the Allocated Party Summary Record. This Identifier shall be referenced in Revenue Details Records to indicate to which Allocated Party Summary Record they provide further information.

StringM1234
4

CollectingMlcName

The name of the Collecting Music Licensing Company (for Music Licensing Company to Music Licensing Company to Payee use cases).

StringO 
5PayingMlcName

The name of the Paying Music Licensing Company. 

StringM 
6ClaimingMlcName

The name of the Claiming Music Licensing Company.

StringO 
7

ClaimingMlc
AllocatedPartyId

 

A ProprietaryIdentifier of the AllocatedParty, assigned by the Claiming Music Licensing Company and preceded by a namespace identifier in the syntax ns::id (for Music Licensing Company to Music Licensing Company to Payee use cases).

PartyIDOmyns::4534
8PayingMlc
AllocatedPartyId

A ProprietaryIdentifier of the AllocatedParty, assigned by the Paying Music Licensing Company and preceded by a namespace identifier in the syntax ns::id.

PartyIDMmyns::4534
9AllocatedPartyIPN

The International Performer Number of the Allocated Party. An IPN is an 8-digit integer.

IntegerO12345678
10AllocatedPartyISNI

The ISNI of the Allocated Party.

StringO 
11

AllocatedPartyFullName 

The complete Name of the Allocated Party, in its normal form of presentation.

 

StringM
  • "George Michael";
  • "John Fitzgerald Kennedy";
  • "Gabriel Garcia Marquez";
  • "Madonna";
  • "Saint Francis de Sales";
  • "Acme Music Inc.";

Note the double quotes are only provided here to aid readability. They are not part of the data.

12AllocatedParty
NamesBeforeKeyName

The Name(s) preceding the KeyName in the FullName (and that is placed after it in an indexed form). Not all PartyNames have a NamesBeforeKeyName.

StringO
  • "George" (when describing George Michael);
  • "John Fitzgerald" (for John Fitzgerald Kennedy);
  • To be left empty for Madonna
13AllocatedParty
KeyName

The Part of a Name of the Party normally used to index an entry in an alphabetical list. For persons, this normally corresponds to the "family name" or names, which in Western name forms usually comes as a surname at the end of a FullName, and in Asian name forms often at the beginning of a FullName.

StringO
  • "Smith" (for John Smith); 
  • "Garcia Marquez" (for Gabriel Garcia Marquez); 
  • "Madonna" (for Madonna);
  • "Francis de Sales" (for Saint Francis de Sales) 
14AllocatedParty
NamesAfterKeyName

The Name(s) following the KeyName. This is common, e.g., in many Asian personal name forms where a FullName begins with the KeyName, which is followed by other names.

StringO
  • "Ibrahim" (in "Anwar Ibrahim");
  • "Inc." for Acme Music Inc.;
  • To be left empty for most Western names
15CollectingMlcGrossAmount 

The Collecting Music Licensing Company's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).

DecimalO1152.24
16PayingMlcGrossAmount 
The Paying Music Licensing Company's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). The sum of the gross amounts of all detailed records adds up to this.
DecimalM1152.24
17CollectingMlcCommission

The Collecting Music Licensing Company's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.

DecimalO-52.24
18PayingMlcCommission
The Paying Music Licensing Company's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.
DecimalO-52.24
19

CollectingMlc
OtherDeductions

The Collecting Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.

Multiple DecimalsO-52.24|-72.66
20

CollectingMlc
OtherDeductionTypes

The type of deductions specified in the CollectingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions. The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.Multiple StringsO

TradeUnion|Culture

21PayingMlc
OtherDeductions

The Paying Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.

Multiple DecimalsO-52.24|-72.66
22

PayingMlc
OtherDeductionTypes

The type of deductions specified in the PayingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in PayingMlcOtherDeductions. The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.Multiple StringsOTradeUnion|Culture
23CollectingMlcInterest 

The Collecting Music Licensing Company's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.

DecimalO52.24
24PayingMlcInterest

The Paying Music Licensing Company's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.

DecimalO52.24
25CollectingMlc
WithholdingTax

The Collecting Music Licensing Company's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.

DecimalO-52.24
26PayingMlc
WithholdingTax

The Paying Music Licensing Company's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.

Decimal

O

-52.24
27
CollectingMlcVAT
The VAT amount of the Collecting Music Licensing Company in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
28
PayingMlcVAT
The VAT amount of the Paying Music Licensing Company in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
29NetAmount

The net amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).

DecimalM1152.24

 


 7.5 RD01 – Sound Recording Revenue Details Record

This is the Record Type for the communication of details about revenues generated for a Resource (i.e. a Sound Recording or Music Video) reported to a Music Licensing Company or a Rights Controller.

Cell Name

Field Definition

Data Type

M/O/C

Example

1

RecordType

The Type of the Record, always to contain “RD01”.

Fixed String

M

RD01

2

SoundRecordingRevenueDetails
RecordId

The Identifier (specific to the Message) of this Sound Recording Revenue Details Record.StringMLK13MC
3

AllocatedPartySummaryRecordId 

The AllocatedPartySummaryRecordId of the Allocated Party Summary Record that this detailed record provides details to.StringMA13HG65
4

ResourceType

The type of the Resource (either SoundRecording or MusicVideo).

AVSMMusicVideo
5

ISRC

The ISRC (International Standard Recording Code as defined in ISO 3901) for the SoundRecording. An ISRC comprises four parts: two characters, followed by three alphanumeric characters, then two digits and five digits.StringOUSS1Z1412345
6ProprietaryResourceIdThe ProprietaryIdentifier of the Resource preceded by a namespace identifier in the syntax ns::id. This should be specified if no ISRC is given.String::String Omyns::4534
7ResourceTitle The ReferenceTitle of the Resource.StringMRoll over Beethoven
8ResourceSubTitle A Descriptor which is supplementary to, but not contained within, a Title.StringOLive Version
9

ResourceDisplayArtistName

The Name to be used when presenting Artist details of the Resource to a Consumer.StringMThe Beatles
10HasMadeFeaturedContribution

A Flag indicating whether the AllocatedParty's Contribution to the Resource is considered prominently featured (=true) or not (=false).

BooleanOfalse
11HasMadeContractedContributionA Flag indicating whether the AllocatedParty made its Contribution to the Resource under an exclusive contract with the InitialProducer  (=true) or not (=false).BooleanOfalse
12AllocatedPartyContributionRole

The Role for which revenue was allocated to the party for a contribution to the Resource, using the ContributorRole allowed value set defined in Clause 8.4. The order of the individual data elements in AllocatedPartyContributionRole and AllocatedPartyContributionSharePercentage shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.

Multiple AVSOBackgroundVocalist
13AllocatedPartyContribution
SharePercentage
The percentage of gross revenue allocated to the Resource with respect to the SummaryType (in the RS01 Record) which is allocated to the AllocatedParty in relation to the AllocatedPartyContributionRole. A quarter share is represented by “25” (and not 0.25). The order of the individual data elements in AllocatedPartyContributionRole and AllocatedPartyContributionSharePercentage shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. Data elements in this cell shall sum up to the AllocationSharePercentage.Multiple DecimalO0.5
14ICPN

The ICPN used as proxy for identification of the release. An ICPN comprises 12 or 13 digits, depending on whether it is an EAN (13) or a UPC (12). 14 character ICPNs are also permitted.

StringO12345678904321
15HostSoundCarrierCatalogNumberThe catalogue number of the host sound carrier assigned by the issuing record company.StringO12345678
16TerritoryOfRevenueGeneration The Territory in which the revenue was generated.AVSMDE
17

UseType

A type of usage that a Licensee has made of the Resource and for which the revenue was generated.

AVSOBroadcast
18LicenseeName The Name of the company whose licensed output has generated the revenue.StringOBBC
19LicenseeId

The PartyId of the Licensee.

PartyIDOISNI::0000000081266409
20UsageSourceName 
The name of the source of usage reporting that has been used to allocate revenue to the Resource.
StringOBBCOne
21UsageSourceId

The PartyId of the UsageSource.

PartyIDOISNI::0000000081266409
22AllocationGuidanceInformation on status changes regarding the allocation for the Resource (e.g., for a previously unidentified recording, or when a conflict is solved, or for changes between rightsholders).StringOPreviously unidentified recording
23UsageStartDate The StartDate of the usage Period covered by the Record (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]]. ISO DateM2014-12-01
24UsageEndDate The EndDate of the usage Period covered by the Record (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]]. ISO DateM2014-12-01
25RevenuePoolName 

The name of a collection of revenues (whether from a single licensee or multiple licensees) which is allocated.

StringOSmall Webcasters
26

BasisForRevenueAllocation

 

The description of whether the distribution used a usage log, full census etc.

AVSOFullCensus
27

UnitTypeForRevenueAllocation

 

The basis used for the current Record. It is possible to have mixed types within a report.

AVSOSeconds
28UnitRate The rate applied to each Usage in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant  RS01 Record).DecimalO0.0905
29Usages The Number of units of usage of the Resource. DecimalO321.5
30AllocationSharePercentage 
Percentage of gross revenue allocated to the Resource with respect to the SummaryType (in the RS01 Record) which is allocated to the AllocatedParty (i.e. the percentage relates to a record company's ownership share). A quarter share is represented by “25” (and not 0.25). This cell is the sum of all AllocatedPartyContributionSharePercentages (if provided). This cell is conditionally mandatory for record companies (i.e. when the SummaryType is RightsController).
DecimalC33.33
31

ReallocationFrom
NonQualifyingPerformance

Revenue allocated to a performance which does not qualify for equitable remuneration and is re-allocated to the Rights Controller.
DecimalO1.24
32CollectingMlcGrossAmount

The Collecting MusicLicensingCompany's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).

 DecimalO1152.24
33PayingMlcGrossAmountThe Paying MusicLicensingCompany's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). The sum of the gross amounts of all detailed records adds up to this.DecimalM1152.24
34CollectingMlcCommissionThe Collecting MusicLicensingCompany's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
35PayingMlcCommissionThe Paying Music Licensing Company's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
36CollectingMlcOtherDeductionsThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.Multiple DecimalsO-52.24|-72.66
37CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypesThe type of deductions specified in the CollectingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions.
The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.
Multiple StringOTradeUnion|Culture
38PayingMlcOtherDeductions

The Paying Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.

Multiple DecimalsO-52.24|-72.66
39PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypesThe type of deductions specified in the PayingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in PayingMlcOtherDeductions.
The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.
Multiple StringOTradeUnion|Culture
40CollectingMlcInterestThe Collecting MusicLicensingCompany's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO52.24
41PayingMlcInterestThe Paying MusicLicensingCompany's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO52.24
42CollectingMlcWithholdingTaxThe Collecting MusicLicensingCompany's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
43PayingMlcWithholdingTaxThe Paying MusicLicensingCompany's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
44
CollectingMlcVAT
The VAT amount of the Collecting MusicLicensingCompany in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
45
PayingMlcVAT
The VAT amount of the Paying MusicLicensingCompany in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
46NetAmountThe net amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).DecimalO1152.24


 7.6 RD02 – Audio-visual Resource Revenue Details Record

This is the Record Type for the communication of details about revenues generated for an audio-visual Resource reported to a Music Licensing Company or a Rights Controller. For revenues generated for Music Videos, the Record Type RD01 should be used.

Cell Name

Field Definition

Data Type

M/O/C

Example

1

RecordType

The Type of the Record, always to contain “RD02”.

Fixed String

M

RD02

2

AudioVisualResourceRevenueDetails
RecordId

The Identifier (specific to the Message) of this Audio-visual Resource Revenue Details Record.StringMLK13MC
3

AllocatedPartySummaryRecordId

The AllocatedPartySummaryRecordId of the Allocated Party Summary Record that this detailed record provides details to.StringMA13HG65
4

AudioVisualType

The type of the Resource with respect to its content.

AVSMDocumentary
5RevenueAllocationType

The type of Entity for which revenue has been allocated.

AVSMEpisode
6

ISAN

The ISAN (International Standard Audiovisual Number as defined in ISO 15706) for the Resource.StringO0000-0001-8947-0000-8-0000-0000-D
7EIDRAn Identifier of the Video assigned by the Entertainment Identifier Registry Association (EIDR).StringO10.5240/F85A-E100-B068-5B8F-B1C8-T
8ProprietaryResourceIdThe ProprietaryIdentifier of the Resource preceded by a namespace identifier in the syntax ns::id. This should be specified if no  ISAN and no EIDR is given.String::String Cmyns::4534
9ResourceTitle 

The ReferenceTitle of the Resource.

StringMStarring the Saint
10SeriesTitle

The Title of a Series in which the Resource is included.

StringOThe Saint
11SeasonNumberThe number of a Season in which the Resource is included.IntegerO2
12EpisodeNumberThe number indicating the order of the Episodes within a Season (if available) or Series.IntegerO2
13

Genre

The Genre of the Work.

StringOCrime
14

ContributorName

The Name of a Contributor of the Resource. This information is purely for the purpose of helping to identify the Resource to which revenue was allocated, and is not specifying the party to whom revenue has been allocated for a contribution to the Resource. The order of the individual data elements in ContributorName and ContributorRole shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.

Multiple StringORoger Moore [1]
15

ContributorRole

The Role of the Contributor. The order of the individual data elements in ContributorName and ContributorRole shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.

Multiple AVS

 

CActor [1]
16AllocatedPartyContributionRole

The Role for which revenue was allocated to the party for a contribution to the Resource, using the ContributorRole allowed value set defined in Clause 8.4. The order of the individual data elements in AllocatedPartyContributionRole and AllocatedPartyContributionSharePercentage shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. 

Multiple AVSOActor|Director[1]
17

AllocatedPartyContribution
SharePercentage

The percentage of gross revenue allocated to the Resource with respect to the SummaryType (in the RS01 Record) which is allocated to the AllocatedParty in relation to the AllocatedPartyContributionRole. A quarter share is represented by “25” (and not 0.25). The order of the individual data elements in AllocatedPartyContributionRole and AllocatedPartyContributionSharePercentage shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. Data elements in this cell shall sum up to the AllocationSharePercentage.Multiple DecimalO5.5|10[1]
18ProductionDateThe date when the audio-visual resource was produced, in the ISO 8601 format: YYYY[-MM[-DD]].ISO DateO1963
19CreationDateThe date when the audio-visual resource was created, in the ISO 8601 format: YYYY[-MM[-DD]]. ISO DateO1963
20TerritoryOfRevenueGeneration The Territory in which the revenue was generated.AVSMDE
21

UseType

A type of usage that a Licensee has made of the Resource and for which the revenue was generated.

AVSOBroadcast
22LicenseeName The Name of the company whose licensed output has generated the revenue.StringOBBC
23LicenseeId

The PartyId of the Licensee.

PartyIDOISNI::0000000081266409
24UsageSourceName 
The name of the source of usage reporting that has been used to allocate revenue to the Resource.
StringOBBCOne
25UsageSourceId

The PartyId of the UsageSource.

PartyIDOISNI::0000000081266409
26UsageStartDate The StartDate of the usage Period covered by the Record (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]]. ISO DateM2014-12-01
27UsageEndDate The EndDate of the usage Period covered by the Record (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]]. ISO DateM2014-12-01
28RevenuePoolName

The name of a collection of revenues (whether from a single licensee or multiple licensees) which is allocated.

StringOSmall Webcasters
29

BasisForRevenueAllocation 

The description of whether the distribution used a usage log, full census etc.

AVSOFullCensus
30

UnitTypeForRevenueAllocation

The basis used for the current Record. It is possible to have mixed types within a report.

AVSOSeconds
31UnitRate The rate applied to each Usage in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).DecimalO0.0905
32Usages The Number of units of usage of the Resource. DecimalO321.5
33AllocationSharePercentage 
Percentage of gross revenue allocated to the Resource with respect to the SummaryType (in the RS01 Record) which is allocated to the AllocatedParty (i.e. the percentage relates to a record company's ownership share). A quarter share is represented by “25” (and not 0.25). This cell is the sum of all AllocatedPartyContributionSharePercentages (if provided). This cell is conditionally mandatory for record companies (i.e. when the SummaryType is RightsController).
DecimalC33.33
34

ReallocationFrom
NonQualifyingPerformance

Revenue allocated to a performance which does not qualify for equitable remuneration and is re-allocated to the Rights Controller.
DecimalO1.24
35CollectingMlcGrossAmount

The Collecting MusicLicensingCompany's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).

 DecimalO1152.24
36PayingMlcGrossAmountThe Paying MusicLicensingCompany's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). The sum of the gross amounts of all detailed records adds up to this.DecimalM1152.24
37CollectingMlcCommissionThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive numberDecimalO-52.24
38PayingMlcCommissionThe Paying Music Licensing Company's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
39CollectingMlcOtherDeductionsThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.Multiple DecimalsO-52.24|-72.66
40CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypesThe type of deductions specified in the CollectingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions.
The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.
Multiple StringOTradeUnion|Culture
41PayingMlcOtherDeductions

The Paying Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.

Multiple DecimalsO-52.24|-72.66
42PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypesThe type of deductions specified in the PayingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in PayingMlcOtherDeductions.
The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.
Multiple StringOTradeUnion|Culture
43CollectingMlcInterestThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO52.24
44PayingMlcInterestThe Paying Music Licensing Company's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO52.24
45CollectingMlcWithholdingTaxThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
46PayingMlcWithholdingTaxThe Paying Music Licensing Company's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
47
CollectingMlcVAT
The VAT amount of the Collecting Music Licensing Company in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
48
PayingMlcVAT
The VAT amount of the Paying Music Licensing Company in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
49NetAmountThe net amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).DecimalO1152.24

[1] The example in cells 16 and 17 is for an AllocatedParty who gets 5.5% for acting and 10% for directing. Note that the AllocatedParty, whose name is given in the Record Type RS02, does not need to be credited for being an Actor or a Director in cells 14 and 15.

 7.7 RD03 – Other Revenue Details Record

This is the Record Type for the communication of details about revenues not directly attributable to a Resource (i.e. a Sound Recording or Music Video) reported to a Music Licensing Company or a Rights Controller.

Cell Name

Field Definition

Data Type

M/O/C

Example

1

RecordType

The Type of the Record, always to contain “RD03”.

Fixed String

M

RD03

2

OtherRevenueDetailsRecordId

The Identifier (specific to the Message) of this Record detailing revenues not directly attributable to a Resource.StringMLK13MC
3

AllocatedPartySummaryRecordId

The AllocatedPartySummaryRecordId of the Allocated Party Summary Record that this detailed record provides details to.StringMA13HG65
4TerritoryOfRevenueGeneration The Territory in which the revenue was generated.AVSODE
5UseType 

A type of usage that a Licensee has made of the Resource and for which the revenue was generated.

AVSOBroadcast
6LicenseeName The Name of the company whose licensed output has generated the revenue.StringOBBC
7LicenseeIdThe PartyId of the Licensee.PartyIDOISNI::0000000081266409
8UsageSourceName
The name of the source of usage reporting that has been used to allocate revenue to the Resource.
StringOBBCOne
9UsageSourceIdThe PartyId of the UsageSource.PartyIDOISNI::0000000081266409
10UsageStartDateThe StartDate of the usage Period covered by the Record (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]]. ISO DateO2014-12-01
11UsageEndDateThe EndDate of the usage Period covered by the Record (in ISO 8601 format). This is a string with the syntax YYYY[-MM[-DD]]. ISO DateO2014-12-01
12RevenuePoolName

The name of a collection of revenues (whether from a single licensee or multiple licensees) which is allocated.

StringOSmall Webcasters
13BasisForRevenueAllocation

The description of whether the distribution used a usage log, full census etc.

AVSOMarketShare
14ReallocationFrom
NonQualifyingPerformance
Revenue allocated to a performance which does not qualify for equitable remuneration and is re-allocated to the Rights Controller.
DecimalO1.24
15CollectingMlcGrossAmount

The Collecting MusicLicensingCompany's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).

DecimalO1152.24
16PayingMlcGrossAmountThe Paying MusicLicensingCompany's gross amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). The sum of the gross amounts of all detailed records adds up to this.DecimalM1152.24
17CollectingMlcCommissionThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
18PayingMlcCommissionThe Paying Music Licensing Company's commission amount or administrative fee in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
19CollectingMlcOtherDeductionsThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.Multiple DecimalsO-52.24|-72.66
20CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes

The type of deductions specified in the CollectingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions. The order of the individual data elements in CollectingMlcOtherDeductions and CollectingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.

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21PayingMlcOtherDeductions

The Paying Music Licensing Company's other deduction amounts in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). If several values are specified, the types need to be provided in PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes. The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly. These amounts are deducted from the gross amount and therefore negative numbers. An addition to the gross amount can be expressed by using a positive number.

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22PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypesThe type of deductions specified in the PayingMlcOtherDeductions. This only needs to be provided if several values are given in PayingMlcOtherDeductions. The order of the individual data elements in PayingMlcOtherDeductions and PayingMlcOtherDeductionTypes shall be the same so that the recipient is able to relate them correctly.Multiple StringsOTradeUnion|Culture
23CollectingMlcInterestThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO52.24
24PayingMlcInterestThe Paying Music Licensing Company's interest amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO52.24
25CollectingMlcWithholdingTaxThe Collecting Music Licensing Company's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
26PayingMlcWithholdingTaxThe Paying Music Licensing Company's withholding tax amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is deducted from the gross amount and therefore a negative number. A refund, which will be added to the gross amount, can be expressed by using a positive number.DecimalO-52.24
27CollectingMlcVATThe VAT amount of the Collecting Music Licensing Company in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
28PayingMlcVATThe VAT amount of the Paying Music Licensing Company in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record). This amount is added to the gross amount and therefore a positive number. A refund, which will be subtracted from the gross amount, can be expressed by using a negative number.DecimalO13.5
29NetAmountThe net amount in the CurrencyOfAccounting (communicated in the relevant RS01 Record).DecimalO1152.24


8 Allowed Value Sets

 8.1 Introduction

This Clause lists all allowed value sets with their allowed values and definitions that are valid within this standard.

Allowed values are listed, defined and provided in accordance with the DDEX Data Dictionary and the latest version of the DDEX Data Dictionary Standard. To override a DDEX-defined value, some allowed value sets provide the DDEX-defined value “UserDefined”, followed by a single space character and a string representing the term to be communicated. This string shall only comprise lower case letters, upper case letters or digits, e.g. "UserDefined StreamInOnlineGame". Such user-defined values will need to be agreed between Message Sender and Message Recipient and users are encouraged to raise these issues with DDEX with a view to having these values added to the list of DDEX-defined allowed values.

 8.2 AudioVisualType

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition
AudioVisualTypeThe type of the Resource with respect to its content.
 AdultContentContent, such as pornography or violence, that is not generally thought to be appropriate for viewing by children.
 AdvertisementVideoA Video which promotes a product, service, idea, person or company, including promotional material for consumer products, services shown in theaters, infomercials or on digital signage.
 AdviceMagazineA Magazine that provides information about general topics for a broad audience.
 AnimationAn audio-visual Recording using a rapid display of a sequence of images of 2-D or 3-D artwork or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement.
 BalletVideoA Video recording of a ballet Performance.
 BehindTheScenesAn audio-visual Recording documenting events happening behind the scenes.
 BlackAndWhiteVideo

An audio-visual Recording in black and white.

 ChildrensFilmA FeatureFilm or TvFilm for an audience of children.
 ColorizedVideoA Video that has been colorised.
 ColumnVideoA Video of a recurring piece or feature in a radio or TV program.
 ConcertClip

An extract of a ConcertVideo.

 ConcertVideo

A Video recording of a live Performance, usually of music, before an audience.

 CorporateFilmAn audio-visual Recording made for use within a corporate entity. Examples include company-internal training videos.
 CreditsAn audio-visual Recording that presents the list of Contributors to an audio-visual production.
 DramaticoMusicalVideo

An audio-visual Recording that is derived from a DramaticoMusicalWork.

 DocumentaryAn audio-visual Recording that presents a social, political, scientific or historical subject. Documentaries include current affairs programmes, TV magazines, biographies and 'making of' programs.
 EducationalVideoAn audio-visual Recording of traditional training, coursework, classroom or distance learning. Such Videos are primarily intended to educate rather than entertain.
 FeatureFilmAn audio-visual Recording made for initial distribution in cinemas, where it would be the 'main attraction' of the screening, or prime-time television.
 FictionA fictional audio-visual Recording.
 InfomercialVideoA Video created to advertise a Product or Service in an informative way.
 InteractiveResource

A Resource which can be interacted with by a User.

 InterviewAn audio-visual Recording of an interview.
 Karaoke

A Video for Karaoke applications, typically for singing along to.

 LiveEventVideoAn audio-visual Recording capturing an Event such as a sporting event, theatrical performances, etc. This allowed value is deprecated. DDEX advises that this value will be removed at a future date and therefore recommends against using it.
 LongformMusicalWorkVideo

A Video of an extended duration typically containing multiple tracks embodying at least one MusicalWork. Example: a concert video. LongFormMusicalWorkVideos are typically identified by an ISRC.

 LongformNonMusicalWorkVideo

A Video of an extended duration not embodying a MusicalWork.

 LyricVideo

An audio-visual Recording (often a slide show), with captions showing the lyrics.

 MagazineAn audio-visual Recording of a regular television or radio programme comprising a variety of topical items.
 MenuAn aid to navigate through a Video which may be organized, e.g., into chapters. Menus are typically used on a DVD-Video.
 MultimediaVideoAn audio-visual Recording offering interactivity.
 MusicalWorkClipAn extract from a Video, embodying a MusicalWork.
 MusicalWorkReadalongVideoA Video to read along to, and interact with, stories and songs, embodying a MusicalWork
 MusicalWorkTrailer

A Video created for specifically to promote another Video, embodying a MusicalWork.

 MusicalWorkVideoChapter A VideoChapter embodying a MusicalWork
 NewsAn audio-visual Recording, usually regularly scheduled, which reports current events.
 NonMusicalWorkCliop

An extract from a Video, not specifically embodying a MusicalWork.

 NonMusicalWorkReadalongVideo

A Video to read along to, and interact with, stories and songs, not embodying a MusicalWork.

 NonMusicalWorkTrailer

A Video created for specifically to promote another Video, not embodying a MusicalWork.

 NonMusicalWorkVideoChapter

A VideoChapter not embodying a MusicalWork.

 OperaVideoA Video recording of Performance of an opera.
 PerformanceAn audio-visual Recording of a Performance such as recitation, magic, circus, stand-up comedy, burlesque, vaudeville or other variety stage act. This does not include concerts, dance, music, opera, theatrical productions.
 ReadalongVideoA Video to read along to, and interact with, stories and songs.
 RealityTvShowVideoA TvShowVideo of supposedly unscripted real-life contexts.
 ShortFilmA fictional audio-visual Recording with an original length less than that of a FeatureFilm. This does not include short animated films.
 ShortFormMusicalWorkVideo

A Video whose audio content corresponds exactly or approximately to that of an audio-only Single which embodies at least one MusicalWork. ShortFormMusicalWorkVideos are typically identified by an ISRC.

 ShortFormNonMusicalWorkVideo

A Video of a short ended duration not specifically embodying a MusicalWork.

 SilentVideo

An audio-visual Recording without sound.

 SketchVideoA Video recording of a short satirical theatrical Performance.
 SoapSitcom

A Video recording of a work, comprising of episodes, involving the same main performers, with a unity of place and generally broadcasted on a daily basis.

 SpecialEventAn audio-visual Recording capturing an Event not related to sport or performances or concerts, such as a political convention or a talk show.
 SportAn audio-visual Recording of a sporting Event.
 TheatricalWorkVideoA Video recording of Performance of a theatrical work.
 TrailerVideoA Video not specifically embodying a MusicalWork specifically created to promote another Video.
 TvFilmA fictional audio-visual Recording made specifically for initial broadcasting on television networks.
 TvProgram

An audio-visual Recording of a regular television or radio programme.

 TvShowVideoA Video recording of a TV show including reality programmes, magazines, variety shows, game shows. TvShowVideo should be used when no other value of avs:VideoType is appropriate.
 UnknownA Type of an Entity used when a sender of a DdexMessage wishes to indicate that the value within the allowed value set is unknown.
 UserDefinedA Type of an Entity which is defined by a sender of a DdexMessage in a manner acceptable to its recipient.
 VideoChapterA section of a Video defined by a start and end point. Typical VideoChapters are MusicalWorkVideoChapter or NonMusicalWorkVideoChapter.
 VideoClipA shortened Video.
 VideoReportAn audio-visual Recording of an account or statement describing in detail an event, situation, or the like, usually as the result of observation, inquiry, investigation.
 VideoStemAn unedited audio-visual Recording that was recorded as part of a Session to produce, for instance, a ShortFormMusicalWorkVideo, but that has not been incorporated into the final version. 
 WebResource

A Resource that is accessible in the WWW.



 8.3 BasisForRevenueAllocation

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition

BasisForRevenueAllocation

The description of whether the distribution used a usage log, full census etc.
 FullCensus

A distribution allocation made on the basis of a full census of the usage of Resources by the Licensee(s) that has generated the revenue, during the usage period.

 FullUsageLogA distribution allocation made on the basis of the log(s) of usage of Resources over the usage period reported by the Licensee(s) that has generated the revenue.
 MarketShareA distribution allocation made on the basis of the Allocated Party’s relative market share.
 ProxyA distribution allocation made on the basis of proxy source(s) of usage of Resources, considered to be representative of that of the Licensee(s) over the usage period.
 SalesFiguresA distribution allocation made on the basis of reported sales of a Resource.
 SampleCensusA distribution allocation made on the basis of a sample census of the usage of Resources by the Licensee(s) that has generated the revenue, during the usage period. The sample may be for a subset of the usage period, or a subset of the Licensee(s)’s output (e.g. a subset of broadcast channels).
 SampleUsageLogA distribution allocation made on the basis of a sample of the log(s) of usage of Resources over the usage period reported by the Licensee(s) that has generated the revenue. The sample may be for a subset of the usage period, or a subset of the Licensee(s)’s output (e.g. a subset of broadcast channels).
 UnitMultipliedByDurationA distribution allocation made on the basis of reported unit sales of a Resource multiplied by its duration.
 UserDefinedA Type of an Entity which is defined by a sender of a DdexMessage in a manner acceptable to its recipient.

 8.4 ContributorRole

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition
ContributorRoleThe Role of the Contributor.
 AccompanyistA Party who plays a musical Instrument while another Person is singing (or playing another instrument).
 ActorA Party who performs spoken word or mime.
 AdditionalEngineerAn Engineer that has worked on a smaller percentage of a project tham the main Engineer.
 AdditionalMixingEngineerA SoundEngineer responsible for contributing additional mixes to a recording.
 AdditionalPerformerA Performer that is not a LeadPerformer.
 AdditionalProgrammingEngineerAn ProgrammingEngineer that has worked on a smaller percentage of a project than the main ProgrammingEngineer.
 AdditionalStudioProducerA StudioProducer who makes a minor additional contribution to a recording.
 AnchorPersonA Party acting as the central moderator of a program.
 AnimalTrainerA Party who trains and looks after animals.
 AnimatorA Party who creates an animated work.
 AnnotatorA Party who makes annotations on a manuscript.
 AnnouncerA Party reading news or describing events.
 AAndRAdministratorA Party handling the administrative elements of the A&R department and maintaining the budgets for artists signed to a label by working with accounting and legal personnel.
 AAndRCoordinatorA Party responsible for searching new Artists for a record label (artist and repertoire coordinator).
 ArmourerA Party responsible for the supply and safety of weapons in a production.
 ArtCopyistA Creator of a copy of a piece of art.
 ArtDirectorA Director who oversees the Artists and craftspeople who build the sets.
 ArtistA principal Contributor to a Performance of a MusicalWork or a NonMusicalWork that results in the creation of a Resource, or a principal creative Contributor to a Resource that is not a result of a Performance. Note: Used for naming groups as well as individuals.
 ArtistBackgroundVocalEngineerAn Engineer responsible for the recording of Artist Background Vocals.
 ArtistVocalEngineerAn Engineer responsible for the process of recording vocals on a project and dealing with technical issues and decisions. He or she operates the recording equipment (or supervises the operation of the recording equipment) during vocal Performances and makes aesthetic choices in order to obtain the sound and concepts the artist and producer are looking for.
 ArtistVocalSecondEngineerAn assistant of an ArtistVocalEngineer.
 AssistantCameraOperatorAn assistant of a CameraOperator.
 AssistantChiefLightingTechnicianA Party who is the second head of the LightingTechnicians.
 AssistantConductorAn assistant of a Conductor. An AssistantConductor is not a subordinate to the Conductor, but rather a collaborator or at least on a somewhat equal level.
 AssistantDirectorAn assistant of a Director.
 AssistantEditorAn assistant of an Editor (aka editorial assistant). This role is both an editorial and an administrative role.
 AssistantEngineerAn Engineer responsible for assisting another Engineer(s). They often keep all logs of Sessions and materials and operate equipment. They should also have enough engineering skills that they can step in for an Engineer in case of an absence.
 AssistantProducerA Party who is delegated some area of responsibility on a project, but reports to the Producer or CoProducer(s) (aka additional producer).
 AssistantVisualEditorAn assitant of a VisualEditor.
 AssociatedPerformerAn Artist commonly associated with a Work as one of its Performers, and whose identity is only used for accurate Work identification.
 AssociateProducerA junior Producer.
 AuralTrainerA Party who trains Performers in the development of aural skills.
 BackgroundVocalistA Party who sings in the background.
 BalanceEngineerA Party primary or actively responsible for the process of recording and/or mixing a project as well as technical issues and decisions. The Engineer operates (or oversees the operation of) the equipment during the recording process and makes creative and aesthetic choices in collaboration with the Artist and producer in order to realize the sounds and concepts envisioned for the project. In the classical world, this is often referred to as a balance engineer.
 BandLeaderThe principal member of a MusicGroup.
 BinderA Party who binds an item.
 BindingDesignerA Designer of a book binding.
 BookDesignerA Designer of a book (including arrangement of type and illustration, choice of materials, etc.).
 BookjackDesignerA Designer of a dust jacket for a book.
 BookplateDesignerA Designer of a bookplate (an identification label commonly on the inside front cover of books).
 BookProducerA producer of a book.
 BroadcastAssistantA Party providing general support in the production of a radio programme.
 BroadcastJournalistA Party working as a Journalist for a broadcast programme.
 CalligrapherA Creator of artistic handwriting or lettering.
 CameraOperatorA Party operating a camera.
 CarpenterA Party who carries out woodwork.
 CartographerA Creator of a map or other cartographic work.
 CartoonistA Creator of a cartoon.
 CastingDirectorA Party selecting talent (Actors, singers, Dancers, etc.).
 CauseurA Party who gives an informal lecture, typically on radio.
 CensorAn Editor who examines Creations and removes objectionable content.
 ChiefLightingTechnicianA Party who is the head of the LightingTechnicians.
 ChoirA group of Parties who perform vocally together. Typically, Choirs consist of at least 2 people in an combination of different vocal ranges.
 ChoirMemberA member of a Choir.
 ChoreographerA Creator of a dance.
 ChorusMasterA Conductor who directs Vocalists in a Choir.
 CircusArtistAn Artist with skills that are typical for circus performances.
 ClapperLoaderA Party who operates the clapboard at the beginning of a shot.
 ClubDJA Party who announces and plays recorded music in a music club.
 CoDirectorA Director who is sharing some or all of a director's responsabilities with a Director or another CoDirector.
 CoExecutiveProducerAn ExecutiveProducer who is not the only ExecutiveProducer.
 ColorSeparatorA Party responsible for separating the original artwork into individual color components for printing.
 ComedianAn Artist who makes people laugh (by telling funny stories or by acting).
 CoMixerOne of a group of Artists who creates an original master album or single mix.
 CoMixingEngineerA Party who is sharing some or all of a mixing engineer's responsabilities with a MixingEngineer or another CoMixer.
 CommentatorA Party who provides interpretation, analysis, or a discussion of a subject matter.
 CommissioningBroadcasterA Party commissioning material for a broadcast programme.
 CompilationProducerA producer responsible for supervising and/or exercising control over the work assigned to other Producers, Engineers, and others on the project.
 ComputerGraphicCreatorA Creator of computer graphics.
 ComputerProgrammerA Creator of a computer program.
 ConcertMasterThe leader of the first violin section in an Orchestra.
 ConductorA Party who leads or conducts a Performance by a group of Musicians.
 ConsultantA Party giving professional advice on matters of production technique or on content who does not appear in the programme.
 ContinuityCheckerA Party who checks the continuity of a series of camera shots.
 ContractorA Party who is hired to perform work.
 CoProducerA producer who is sharing some or all of a producer's responsabilities with a Producer or another CoProducer.
 CorrespondentA Party who is the writer of a letter or other communication.
 CostumeDesignerA Designer of a costume.
 CoverDesignerA Designer of a cover.
 DancerA Party who performs a dance.
 DelineatorA Creator of technical drawings derived from designs made by other people.
 DesignerA Creator of a design.
 DialogueCoachA Party who helps train an Actor in diction and/or the use of dialects.
 DialogueDirectorA Party responsible for assembling, synchronizing, and editing all the dialogues in a film or television production.
 DigitalAudioWorkstationEngineerAn Engineer is responsible for the operation of a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) during recording and mix sessions including the archiving and maintenance of the recorded material (basically data files). The DigitalAudioWorkstationEngineer is not generally called upon to make major aesthetic judgments.
 DigitalEditingEngineerAn Engineer responsible for operating equipment for editing (in today’s world generally a digital audio workstation). They can, from time to time, be called on to make aesthetic choices.
 DigitalEditingSecondEngineerAn assistant of a DigitalEditingEngineer.
 DirectorA Party who leads or supervises actors, e.g. in the prodution of a movie.
 DirectStreamDigitalEngineerA Party responsible for the functioning and maintenance of digital recordings using Direct Stream Digital format equipment.
 DistributionCompanyAn Organization responsible for delivering material provided by a ProductionCompany.
 DJA Party who announces and plays recorded music.
 DraughtsmanA Creator of a plan for constructing something.
 DresserA Party who helps an Actor to put on and take off a costume.
 DubberA Creator who adds the dubbing into a Resource.
 EditorA Party responsible for the preparation of a publication.
 EditorInChiefThe head of editorial staff.
 EditorOfTheDayA Party responsible for the preparation of a news broadcast of the day.
 EncoderA Creator processing and encoding a Resource for distribution.
 EngineerA Party that is responsible for technical aspects. This includes RecordingEngineer, but may also cover roles in other content production processes.
 EnsembleA group of two or more Parties performing a MusicalWork together. Note: An Ensemble may be of any size or any grouping of Performers from a vocal duo to a full orchestra.
 ExecutiveProducerA Party who secures funding for a project. He or she may be responsible for the overall concept. He or she may monitor the project from time to time to ensure that the producer and Artist are on track.
 ExpertA Party who contributes his expertise to a programme.
 FacsimilistA Creator of a copy.
 FightDirectorA Director responsible for the choreography of fight scenes.
 FilmDirectorA Director of a movie.
 FilmDistributorA Publisher of films.
 FilmEditorA Party who edits an audio-visual production for publishing.
 FilmProducerA Party (individual or company) that is responsible for the financing of an audio-visual production.
 FilmSoundEngineerA Party that is responsible for (part of) the soundtrack used in an audio-visual Resource.
 FloorManagerA Party acting on the studio floor on behalf of the Director.
 FocusPullerA CameraOperator who adjusts the focus of the camera.
 FoleyArtistA Party who creates incidental sound effects in post-production.
 FoleyEditorA Party who edits sound effects created by a FoleyArtist.
 FoleyMixerA SoundMixer who works with a FoleyArtist to create sound effects.
 GraphicArtistA Creator of a drawing.
 GraphicAssistantA Party drawing pictures or picture elements as content for programmes.
 GraphicDesignerA Designer of graphical elements.
 GreensmanA Party procuring and maintaining vegetation on a set.
 GripA Party supporting CameraOperators and LightingTechnicians with specialized equipment (e.g. camera cranes).
 GuestConductorA Conductor who is working with an Orchestra on a temporary basis.
 GroupMemberA Person that is a member of a MusicGroup.
 HairdresserA Party who prepares the hair of an Actor.
 IllustratorA Creator of an illustration.
 ImmersiveMixingEngineerA MixingEngineer that is particularly working on mixes beyond stereo, inclusive of surround sound.
 InitialProducerA Party that initiates the creation of a SoundRecording or Resource and is sometimes referred to as a commissioning rights holder. An InitialProducer may be a Person or an Organization and the term contrasts with the role of a StudioProducer.
 InterviewedGuestA Party who is interviewed.
 InterviewerA Party who interviews, i.e. talks to somebody for the purpose of eliciting his opinions.
 KeyCharacterA central or primary Character in a storyline.
 KeyGripA Party who is the head of the Grips.
 KeyTalentA Party performing as a leading character.
 LeadmanA Party who is responsible for the crew in charge of the set decoration.
 LeadPerformerA Performer that plays the role of the protagonist in a film or play.
 LeadVocalistA Party who is a lead Vocalist.
 LightingDirectorA Party responsible for the lighting.
 LightingTechnicianA Party operating lighting equipment.
 LocationManagerA Party managing all aspects relating to filming in specific places.
 MakeUpArtistA Party who prepares the make up of an Actor.
 ManufacturerA Party responsible for manufacturing a device or a piece of technical equipment.
 MasteringEngineerAn Engineer who is the last creative bridge between the mix process and the distribution process. He or she generally works with a final mix of a project and makes final adjustments to the sound before distribution while maintaining the vision of the artist, producer and label.
 MasteringSecondEngineerAn assistant of a MasteringEngineer (aka assistant mastering engineer).
 MatteArtistA Party who creates artworks used in making scenery and locations that do not exist.
 MimeAn Actor who performs a purely gestural performance.
 MixerAn Artist who creates an original master album or single mix.
 MixingEngineerAn Engineer combining different audio recording elements into a final version. 
 MixingSecondEngineerAn assistant of a MixingEngineer (aka assistant mixing engineer).
 MusicArrangerAn Arranger who adds the final touches or subtle nuances to the musical arrangement of a recording.
 MusicCopyistA Creator of a copy of a Composer or Arranger's manuscript.
 MusicDirectorA Director responsible for music in the production of a film or a radio program.
 MusicGroupA group of individuals who perform vocally and/or instrumentally together.
 MusicianA Party who performs a MusicalWork either vocally or instrumentally.
 NarratorA Party who tells a story or gives an account of an event.
 NewsProducerA producer of a news program.
 NewsReaderA Party who reads news stories.
 NotSpecifiedA Type used when a sender of a DdexMessage wishes to indicate that the value within the allowed value set is known, but not specified.
 OrchestraA large group of Parties performing a MusicalWork together, predominantly using musical instruments rather than voice. An Orchestra is typically led by a Conductor.
 OrchestraMemberA member of an Orchestra.
 OriginalArtistAn Artist who is an original Artist.
 OverdubEngineerAn Engineer combining different audio recordings into an overdub.
 OverdubSecondEngineerAn assistant of an OverdubEngineer.
 PainterA Creator of a painting.
 PerformerA performer of a Work.
 PhotographerA Creator of a Photograph.
 PhotographyDirectorA Director responsible for photography (aka director of photgraphy or cinematographer).
 PlaybackSingerA Party who sings songs to be mimed in films by Actors.
 PostProducerA producer responsible for post-production processes.
 PreProductionA producer responsible for pre-production processes.
 PreProductionEngineerAn Engineer involved in pre-production processes.
 PreProductionSecondEngineerAn assistant of a PreProductionEngineer
 PrimaryMusicianA Party who performs a MusicalWork either vocally or instrumentally and would be considered the principal Contributor for the piece.
 ProductionAssistantA Party that provides only administrative support for a Producer.
 ProductionCompanyAn Organization responsible for a production (also called a production house).
 ProductionCoordinatorA Party who coordinates the activities around preparing a physical or digital Release.
 ProductionDepartmentA department of a ProductionCompany responsible for a production.
 ProductionManagerA Person who coordinates a production.
 ProductionSecretaryA Party providing secretarial support in a production.
 ProjectEngineerAn Engineer involved in a recording Project.
 ProgrammerA Party using electronic devices, such as sequencers, to generate sounds of musical Instruments in a music production.
 ProgrammingEngineerA Party responsible for the functioning and maintenance of digital recorders and digital audio workstations.
 ProgramProducerA producer of a program, e.g. a TV or radio program.
 PropertyManagerA Party responsible for purchasing, acquiring and/or manufacturing anything needed for a production.
 PublishingDirectorA Party responsible for the coherence and continuity of a publication.
 PuppeteerA Party who operates puppets in a Performance.
 PyrotechnicianA Party operating equipment to produce fire and explosions.
 RecordingEngineerA Party supervising the technical aspects of a sound or video RecordingSession.
 RecordingSecondEngineerAn assistant of a RecordingEngineer (aka assistant recording engineer).
 RedactorAn Editor who prepares text for publication.
 ReissueProducerA producer of a reissue of a SoundRecording.
 RemixedArtistAn Artist whose work has been remixed.
 RemixerAn Artist who creates a finished product that is different from the original master album or single mix, e.g. a Dance Remix, Radio Remix, Rock Remix.
 RemixingEngineerA MixingEngineer who creates a finished product that is different from the original master album or single mix, e.g. a Dance Remix, Radio Remix, Rock Remix.
 RemixingSecondEngineerAn assistant of a RemixingEngineer.
 RepetiteurA Party who coaches ballet Dancers or opera singers.
 ResearcherA Party responsible for researching a project (e.g. gathering ideas, background information etc.).
 ResearchTeamHeadThe head of a team of Researchers.
 ResearchTeamMemberA member of a team of Researchers.
 RestagerA Party responsible for restaging a Work (with minimal contribution to the content).
 RiggerA Grip operating equipment to satisfy rigging needs on a set.
 RightsControllerOnProductA RightsController as it appears on a Product.
 RunnerA Party who is a junior member of the production team doing all kinds of supporting jobs.
 ScenicOperativeA Party in charge of a studio set.
 ScientificAdvisorA Party providing scientific advice.
 ScriptSupervisorA Party who tracks the progress of a production based on a script.
 SecondAssistantCameraOperatorAn assistant of an AssistantCameraOperator.
 SecondAssistantDirectorAn assistant of an AssistantDirector.
 SecondConductorA subordinate to a Conductor.
 SecondEngineerA subordinate to an Engineer.
 SecondUnitDirectorA Director in charge of the second unit in a film production.
 SeriesProducerA Party (individual or company) that is responsible for the production of a series.
 SetDesignerA Designer, also known as a stage designer, who is in charge of designing and creating the sets that appear in films, on television programmes as well as in the theatre.
 SetDresserA Party in charge of decorating a set in a production.
 SignLanguageInterpreterA Party translating spoken words into sign language.
 SoloistA Party who performs the featured Part of a MusicalWork (or a section of it) alone or with only supporting accompaniment.
 SoundDesignerA Party responsible for sound production.
 SoundMixerA Party operating audio equipment to capture sound.
 SoundRecordistA Party operating audio equipment to record sound.
 SoundSupervisorA Party oversees the work of all sound personnel on multi-camera productions. During live programmes they are responsible for mixing sound sources for immediate transmission.
 SpeakerA Party who performs using his voice without singing.
 SpecialEffectsTechnicianA Party creating special effects.
 SponsorA Party giving financial support for an Event or a Creation.
 StageAssistantEngineerAn assistant of a StageEngineer.
 StageDirectorA Director of a stageplay.
 StageEngineerAn Party, also called the monitor engineer, who is responsible for the operation of the monitor mixing console, maintenance and repair of a band's in-ears, onstage, and backline gear.
 StoryTellerA Performer relaying a story with dramatic or theatrical interpretation.
 StringEngineerAn Engineer responsible for the process of recording an Orchestra on a project and dealing with technical issues and decisions. The StringEngineer operates the recording equipment (or oversees the operation of the recording equipment) during orchestral Performances and makes aesthetic choices in order to get the sound and concepts the artist and producer are looking for.
 StringProducerA StudioProducer working with the individual instruments/elements of the recording and not the overall production.
 StringsDirectorA director in charge of the performance of the strings section of an Orchestra.
 StudioConductorA Party working as a Conductor in a studio.
 StudioMusicianA Party who performs a MusicalWork either vocally or instrumentally in a studio.
 StudioPersonnelA Party who is employed in a studio and contributes to the making of a Resource.
 StudioProducerA Party who directs, and has overall creative and technical oversight of, the entire recording project and the individual recording sessions that are a part of the project. The StudioProducer participates in and/or supervises the recording session and works directly with the Artist, Musicians and Engineers. The StudioProducer makes creative, technical and aesthetic decisions that realize the goals of both the Artist and the SoundRecording CopyrightHolder in the creation of musical content. The producer may perform, direct Performances, choose final takes or versions, and oversees the selection of songs, Musicians, singers, Arrangers, studios, etc. The StudioProducer in collaboration with the artist, assigns credits to Performers and technical personnel, and is responsible for supplying accurate crediting information to the record label or media company as official documentation. Other duties of the StudioProducer may include, but are not limited to, overseeing other staffing needs, keeping budgets and schedules, adhering to deadlines, supervising mastering and overall quality control. Note: a ddexStudio:Producer is a Person and thus may contrast with the role of an InitialProducer.
 StuntsA Party performing stunts.
 SubtitlesEditorA Party that is responsible for the creation of SubTitles/captions.
 SubtitlesTranslatorA Translator of SubTitles.
 SupportingActorAn Actor playing a secondary role.
 SurroundMixingEngineerA MixingEngineer responsible for SurroundSound.
 SurroundMixingSecondEngineerAn assistant of a MixingEngineer responsible for SurroundSound.
 TapeOperatorA Party in charge of cueing and preparing video inserts into a program.
 TechnicalDirectorA Party responsible for technical aspects of a production.
 TonmeisterAn Engineer who is a graduate of an official Tonmeister program that includes score reading and electronics training as well education in recording, mixing and editing techniques.
 TrackingEngineerA Party supervising the technical aspects of a tracking Session.
 TrackingSecondEngineerAn assistant of a TrackingEngineer.
 TransfersAndSafetiesEngineerA Party supervising the technical aspects of a transfers and safeties Session.
 TransfersAndSafetiesSecondEngineerAn assistant of a Transfers&SafetiesEngineer.
 TransportationManagerA Party responsible for managing drivers and co-ordinating the transportation in a production.
 Treatment/ProgramProposalA Party writing summaries of various aspects of a production.
 TypeDesignerA Creator of a typeface.
 UnknownA Type of an Entity used when a sender of a DdexMessage wishes to indicate that the value within the allowed value set is unknown.
 UserDefinedA Type of an Entity which is defined by a sender of a DdexMessage in a manner acceptable to its recipient.
 VideoDirectorA Director of a Video.
 VideographerA Party in charge of a video production.
 VideoMusicalDirectorA Party responsible for a music video production. The VideoMusicalDirector conceives artistic and dramatic aspects while instructing the musical act, technical crew, actors, models, and dancers.
 VideoProducerA Party (individual or company) that is responsible for the financing of a Video.
 VisionMixerA Party operating video equipment to mix video feeds.
 VisualEditorAn Editor who prepares video or film footage.
 VisualEffectsTechnicianA Party producing visual effects.
 VocalArrangerAn Arranger who adds the final touches or subtle nuances to the vocal arrangement of a recording.
 VocalEditingEngineerAn Engineer responsible for editing the vocal elements of a recording.
 VocalEditingSecondEngineerAn assistant of an Engineer responsible for editing the vocal elements of a recording.
 VocalEngineerAn Engineer responsible for the capture of the vocal elements of a recording.
 VocalistA Party who performs using his voice.
 VocalSecondEngineerAn assistant to the VocalEngineer.
 VocalProducerA producer with overall creative and technical control of the vocal recording on a project and the individual RecordingSessions that are a part of that project. He or she is present in the recording studio or at the location recording and works directly with the vocalist(s) and engineer. The VocalProducer makes creative and aesthetic decisions that realize the goals of both the artist and the label goals in the creation of the vocals.
 VoiceActorA Party who performs using his voice.
 WardrobeA Party responsible for managing clothes and/or costumes.

 8.5 CurrencyOfAccounting

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value

Definition

CurrencyOfAccounting

The Currency in which the Revenue Allocations are accounted (represented by an ISO 4217 CurrencyCode).

 

AED

UAE Dirham.

 

AFN

Afghani.

 

ALL

Lek.

 

AMD

Armenian Dram.

 

ANG

Netherlands Antillean Guilder.

 

AOA

Kwanza.

 

ARS

Argentine Peso.

 

AUD

Australian Dollar.

 

AWG

Aruban Florin.

 

AZN

Azerbaijan Manat.

 

BAM

Convertible Mark.

 

BBD

Barbados Dollar.

 

BDT

Taka.

 

BGN

Bulgarian Lev.

 

BHD

Bahraini Dinar.

 

BIF

Burundi Franc.

 

BMD

Bermudian Dollar.

 

BND

Brunei Dollar.

 

BOB

Boliviano.

 

BOV

Mvdol.

 

BRL

Brazilian Real.

 

BSD

Bahamian Dollar.

 

BTN

Ngultrum.

 

BWP

Pula.

 

BYR

Belarusian Ruble.

 

BZD

Belize Dollar.

 

CAD

Canadian Dollar.

 

CDF

Congolese Franc.

 

CHF

Swiss Franc.

 

CLF

Unidad de Fomento.

 

CLP

Chilean Peso.

 

CNY

Yuan Renminbi.

 

COP

Colombian Peso.

 

COU

Unidad de Valor Real.

 

CRC

Costa Rican Colón.

 

CUC

Peso Convertible.

 

CUP

Cuban Peso.

 

CVE

Cabo Verde Escudo.

 

CZK

Czech Koruna.

 

DJF

Djibouti Franc.

 

DKK

Danish Krone.

 

DOP

Dominican Peso.

 

DZD

Algerian Dinar.

 

EGP

Egyptian Pound.

 

ERN

Nakfa.

 

ETB

Ethiopian Birr.

 

EUR

Euro.

 

FJD

Fiji Dollar.

 

FKP

Falkland Islands Pound.

 

GBP

Pound Sterling.

 

GEL

Lari.

 

GHS

Ghana Cedi.

 

GIP

Gibraltar Pound.

 

GMD

Dalasi.

 

GNF

Guinean Franc.

 

GTQ

Quetzal.

 

GYD

Guyana Dollar.

 

HKD

Hong Kong Dollar.

 

HNL

Lempira.

 

HRK

Kuna.

 

HTG

Gourde.

 

HUF

Forint.

 

IDR

Rupiah.

 

ILS

New Israeli Sheqel.

 

INR

Indian Rupee.

 

IQD

Iraqi Dinar.

 

IRR

Iranian Rial.

 

ISK

Iceland Króna.

 

JMD

Jamaican Dollar.

 

JOD

Jordanian Dinar.

 

JPY

Yen.

 

KES

Kenyan Shilling.

 

KGS

Som.

 

KHR

Riel.

 

KMF

Comorian Franc.

 

KPW

North Korean Won.

 

KRW

Won.

 

KWD

Kuwaiti Dinar.

 

KYD

Cayman Islands Dollar.

 

KZT

Tenge.

 

LAK

Lao Kip.

 

LBP

Lebanese Pound.

 

LKR

Sri Lanka Rupee.

 

LRD

Liberian Dollar.

 

LSL

Loti.

 

LYD

Libyan Dinar.

 

MAD

Moroccan Dirham.

 

MDL

Moldovan Leu.

 

MGA

Malagasy Ariary.

 

MKD

Denar.

 

MMK

Kyat.

 

MNT

Tugrik.

 

MOP

Pataca.

 

MRU

Ouguiya.

 

MUR

Mauritius Rupee.

 

MVR

Rufiyaa.

 

MWK

Malawi Kwacha.

 

MXN

Mexican Peso.

 

MXV

Mexican Unidad de Inversion (UDI).

 

MYR

Malaysian Ringgit.

 

MZN

Mozambique Metical.

 

NAD

Namibia Dollar.

 

NGN

Naira.

 

NIO

Córdoba Oro.

 

NOK

Norwegian Krone.

 

NPR

Nepalese Rupee.

 

NZD

New Zealand Dollar.

 

OMR

Rial Omani.

 

PAB

Balboa.

 

PEN

Sol.

 

PGK

Kina.

 

PHP

Philippine Peso.

 

PKR

Pakistan Rupee.

 

PLN

Zloty.

 

PYG

Guarani.

 

QAR

Qatari Rial.

 

RON

Romanian Leu.

 

RSD

Serbian Dinar.

 

RUB

Russian Ruble.

 

RWF

Rwanda Franc.

 

SAR

Saudi Riyal.

 

SBD

Solomon Islands Dollar.

 

SCR

Seychelles Rupee.

 

SDG

Sudanese Pound.

 

SEK

Swedish Krona.

 

SGD

Singapore Dollar.

 

SHP

Saint Helena Pound.

 

SLL

Leone.

 

SOS

Somali Shilling.

 

SRD

Surinam Dollar.

 SSPSouth Sudanese Pound.
 

STN

Dobra.

 

SVC

El Salvador Colón.

 

SYP

Syrian Pound.

 

SZL

Lilangeni.

 

THB

Baht.

 

TJS

Somoni.

 

TMT

Turkmenistan New Manat.

 

TND

Tunisian Dinar.

 

TOP

Pa'anga.

 

TRY

Turkish Lira.

 

TTD

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar.

 

TWD

New Taiwan Dollar.

 

TZS

Tanzanian Shilling.

 

UAH

Hryvnia.

 

UGX

Uganda Shilling.

 

USD

US Dollar.

 

UYI

Uruguay Peso en Unidades Indexadas (UI).

 

UYU

Peso Uruguayo.

 

UZS

Uzbekistan Sum.

 

VES

Bolívar Soberano.

 

VND

Dong.

 

VUV

Vatu.

 

WST

Tala.

 

XAF

CFA Franc BEAC.

 

XCD

East Caribbean Dollar.

 

XOF

CFA Franc BCEAO.

 

XPF

CFP Franc.

 

YER

Yemeni Rial.

 

ZAR

Rand.

 

ZMW

Zambian Kwacha.

 

ZWL

Zimbabwe Dollar.

 

CYP

Cyprus Pound (deprecated).

 

EEK

Kroon (deprecated).

 LTLLithuanian Litas (deprecated).
 LVL

Latvian Lats (deprecated).

 

MTL

Maltese Lira (deprecated).

 MROOuguiya (deprecated).
 

ROL

Old Leu (deprecated).

 

SIT

Tolar (deprecated).

 

SKK

Slovak Koruna (deprecated).

 STDDobra (deprecated).
 VEFBolívar (deprecated).

 8.6 ResourceType

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition
ResourceTypeThe type of the Resource.
 MusicVideo

An audio-visual Recording of the performance of a musical work.

 SoundRecording

An audio Recording.

 8.7 SerialType

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition
RevenueAllocationTypeThe type of Entity for which revenue has been allocated.
 Episode

A Part of a Series made available at a specific point in time. It may be that a Season or Series is not yet complete when an Episode is made available. Episodes include "pilots".

 NonSerial

A Recording that is not a Series and not a part of a Series.

 Season

A Set of Episodes. Typically, a Season contains all Episodes to be made available in a pre-determined time frame, which often is within a twelve-month period. It may be that a Series is not yet complete when a Season is made available.

 Series

A Set of Resources (Episodes) designed to be made available sequentially.

 8.8 SummaryType

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition
SummaryTypeThe Type of the statement provided in this Summary Record.
 Contributor

A Party contributing to the making of a Resource.

 RightsController

A Party that controls rights in one or more Resources in respect of some or all rights for specific territories, time periods and UseTypes (which may be anything up to and including all rights for the world, in perpetuity, and for all types of Use).

 8.9 TerritoryOfRevenueGeneration

For a list of ISO Territory Codes please visit https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#search (DDEX uses the two-letter alphabetic codes for current territories and four-letter codes for former territories). DDEX adds one code “Worldwide” defined as “An Identifier which identifies all Territories in the world”.

 

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value

Definition

TerritoryOfRevenueGeneration

The Territory in which the revenue was generated.

 

AD

Andorra (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AE

The United Arab Emirates (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AF

Afghanistan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AG

Antigua and Barbuda (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AI

Anguilla (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AL

Albania (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AM

Armenia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AO

Angola (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AQ

Antarctica (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AR

Argentina (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AS

American Samoa (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AT

Austria (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AU

Australia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AW

Aruba (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AX

Åland Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

AZ

Azerbaijan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BA

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BB

Barbados (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BD

Bangladesh (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BE

Belgium (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BF

Burkina Faso (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BG

Bulgaria (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BH

Bahrain (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BI

Burundi (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BJ

Benin (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BL

Saint Barthélemy (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BM

Bermuda (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BN

Brunei (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BO

Bolivia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BQ

Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BR

Brazil (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BS

The Bahamas (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BT

Bhutan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BV

Bouvet Island (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BW

Botswana (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BY

Belarus (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

BZ

Belize (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CA

Canada (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CC

Cocos Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CD

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CF

The Central African Republic (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CG

The Congo (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CH

Switzerland (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CI

Côte d'Ivoire (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CK

Cook Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CL

Chile (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CM

Cameroon (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CN

China (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CO

Colombia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CR

Costa Rica (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CU

Cuba (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CV

Cape Verde (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CW

Curaçao (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CX

Christmas Island (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CY

Cyprus (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

CZ

Czechia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

DE

Germany (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

DJ

Djibouti (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

DK

Denmark (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

DM

Dominica (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

DO

The Dominican Republic (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

DZ

Algeria (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

EC

Ecuador (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

EE

Estonia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

EG

Egypt (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

EH

Western Sahara (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ER

Eritrea (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ES

Spain (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ES-CE

Ceuta, Spain (Source:ISO 3166-2).

 

ES-CN

Canary Islands, Spain (Source:ISO 3166-2).

 

ES-ML

Melilla, Spain (Source:ISO 3166-2).

 

ET

Ethiopia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

FI

Finland (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

FJ

Fiji (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

FK

Falkland Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

FM

Micronesia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

FO

Faroe Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

FR

France (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GA

Gabon (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GB

The United Kingdom (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GD

Grenada (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GE

Georgia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GF

French Guiana (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GG

Guernsey (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GH

Ghana (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GI

Gibraltar (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GL

Greenland (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GM

The Gambia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GN

Guinea (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GP

Guadeloupe (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GQ

Equatorial Guinea (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GR

Greece (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GS

South Georgia and The South Sandwich Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GT

Guatemala (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GU

Guam (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GW

Guinea-Bissau (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

GY

Guyana (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

HK

Hong Kong (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

HM

Heard Island and McDonald Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

HN

Honduras (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

HR

Croatia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

HT

Haiti (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

HU

Hungary (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ID

Indonesia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IE

Ireland (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IL

Israel (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IM

Isle of Man (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IN

India (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IO

The British Indian Ocean Territory (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IQ

Iraq (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IR

Iran (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IS

Iceland (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

IT

Italy (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

JE

Jersey (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

JM

Jamaica (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

JO

Jordan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

JP

Japan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KE

Kenya (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KG

Kyrgyzstan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KH

Cambodia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KI

Kiribati (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KM

The Comoros (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KN

Saint Kitts and Nevis (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KP

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KR

The Republic of Korea (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KW

Kuwait (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KY

Cayman Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

KZ

Kazakhstan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LA

Laos (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LB

Lebanon (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LC

Saint Lucia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LI

Liechtenstein (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LK

Sri Lanka (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LR

Liberia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LS

Lesotho (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LT

Lithuania (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LU

Luxembourg (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LV

Latvia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

LY

Libya (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MA

Morocco (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MC

Monaco (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MD

Moldova (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ME

Montenegro (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MF

Saint Martin (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MG

Madagascar (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MH

The Marshall Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MK

Macedonia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ML

Mali (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MM

Myanmar (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MN

Mongolia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MO

Macao (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MP

Northern Mariana Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MQ

Martinique (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MR

Mauritania (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MS

Montserrat (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MT

Malta (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MU

Mauritius (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MV

Maldives (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MW

Malawi (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MX

Mexico (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MY

Malaysia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

MZ

Mozambique (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NA

Namibia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NC

New Caledonia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NE

The Niger (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NF

Norfolk Island (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NG

Nigeria (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NI

Nicaragua (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NL

The Netherlands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NO

Norway (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NP

Nepal (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NR

Nauru (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NU

Niue (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

NZ

New Zealand (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

OM

Oman (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PA

Panama (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PE

Peru (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PF

French Polynesia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PG

Papua New Guinea (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PH

The Philippines (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PK

Pakistan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PL

Poland (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PM

Saint Pierre and Miquelon (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PN

Pitcairn (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PR

Puerto Rico (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PS

The Occupied Palestinian Territory (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PT

Portugal (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PW

Palau (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

PY

Paraguay (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

QA

Qatar (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

RE

Réunion (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

RO

Romania (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

RS

Serbia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

RU

Russia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

RW

Rwanda (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SA

Saudi Arabia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SB

Solomon Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SC

Seychelles (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SD

The Sudan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SE

Sweden (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SG

Singapore (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SH

Saint Helena (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SI

Slovenia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SJ

Svalbard and Jan Mayen (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SK

Slovakia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SL

Sierra Leone (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SM

San Marino (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SN

Senegal (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SO

Somalia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SR

Suriname (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SS

South Soudan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ST

Sao Tome and Principe (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SV

El Salvador (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SX

Sint Maarten (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SY

Syria (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

SZ

Eswatini (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TC

Turks and Caicos Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TD

Chad (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TF

The French Southern Territories (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TG

Togo (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TH

Thailand (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TJ

Tajikistan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TK

Tokelau (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TL

Timor-Leste (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TM

Turkmenistan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TN

Tunisia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TO

Tonga (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TR

Turkey (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TT

Trinidad and Tobago (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TV

Tuvalu (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TW

Taiwan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

TZ

Tanzania (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

UA

Ukraine (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

UG

Uganda (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

UM

United States Minor Outlying Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

US

The United States (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

UY

Uruguay (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

UZ

Uzbekistan (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

VA

The Holy See (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

VC

Saint Vincent and The Grenadines (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

VE

Venezuela (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

VG

British Virgin Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

VI

US Virgin Islands (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

VN

Viet Nam (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

VU

Vanuatu (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

WF

Wallis and Futuna (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

WS

Samoa (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

YE

Yemen (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

YT

Mayotte (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ZA

South Africa (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ZM

Zambia (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

ZW

Zimbabwe (Source:ISO 3166-1).

 

4

Afghanistan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

8

Albania (Source: TIS Standard).

 

12

Algeria (Source: TIS Standard).

 

20

Andorra (Source: TIS Standard).

 

24

Angola (Source: TIS Standard).

 

28

Antigua And Barbuda (Source: TIS Standard).

 

31

Azerbaijan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

32

Argentina (Source: TIS Standard).

 

36

Australia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

40

Austria (Source: TIS Standard).

 

44

Bahamas (Source: TIS Standard).

 

48

Bahrain (Source: TIS Standard).

 

50

Bangladesh (Source: TIS Standard).

 

51

Armenia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

52

Barbados (Source: TIS Standard).

 

56

Belgium (Source: TIS Standard).

 

64

Bhutan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

68

Bolivia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

70

Bosnia And Herzegovina (Source: TIS Standard).

 

72

Botswana (Source: TIS Standard).

 

76

Brazil (Source: TIS Standard).

 

84

Belize (Source: TIS Standard).

 

90

Solomon Islands (Source: TIS Standard).

 

96

Brunei Darussalam (Source: TIS Standard).

 

100

Bulgaria (Source: TIS Standard).

 

104

Myanmar (Source: TIS Standard).

 

108

Burundi (Source: TIS Standard).

 

112

Belarus (Source: TIS Standard).

 

116

Cambodia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

120

Cameroon (Source: TIS Standard).

 

124

Canada (Source: TIS Standard).

 

132

Cape Verde (Source: TIS Standard).

 

140

Central African Republic (Source: TIS Standard).

 

144

Sri Lanka (Source: TIS Standard).

 

148

Chad (Source: TIS Standard).

 

152

Chile (Source: TIS Standard).

 

156

China (Source: TIS Standard).

 

158

Taiwan, Province of China (Source: TIS Standard).

 

170

Colombia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

174

Comoros (Source: TIS Standard).

 

178

Congo (Source: TIS Standard).

 

180

Congo, The Democratic Republic of The (Source: TIS Standard).

 

188

Costa Rica (Source: TIS Standard).

 

191

Croatia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

192

Cuba (Source: TIS Standard).

 

196

Cyprus (Source: TIS Standard).

 

200

Czechoslovakia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

203

Czechia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

204

Benin (Source: TIS Standard).

 

208

Denmark (Source: TIS Standard).

 

212

Dominica (Source: TIS Standard).

 

214

Dominican Republic (Source: TIS Standard).

 

218

Ecuador (Source: TIS Standard).

 

222

El Salvador (Source: TIS Standard).

 

226

Equatorial Guinea (Source: TIS Standard).

 

230

Ethiopia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

231

Ethiopia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

232

Eritrea (Source: TIS Standard).

 

233

Estonia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

242

Fiji (Source: TIS Standard).

 

246

Finland (Source: TIS Standard).

 

250

France (Source: TIS Standard).

 

258

French Polynesia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

262

Djibouti (Source: TIS Standard).

 

266

Gabon (Source: TIS Standard).

 

268

Georgia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

270

Gambia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

276

Germany (after 1990) (Source: TIS Standard).

 

278

German Democratic Republic (Source: TIS Standard).

 

280

Germany (before 1990) (Source: TIS Standard).

 

288

Ghana (Source: TIS Standard).

 

296

Kiribati (Source: TIS Standard).

 

300

Greece (Source: TIS Standard).

 

308

Grenada (Source: TIS Standard).

 

320

Guatemala (Source: TIS Standard).

 

324

Guinea (Source: TIS Standard).

 

328

Guyana (Source: TIS Standard).

 

332

Haiti (Source: TIS Standard).

 

336

Holy See (Vatican City State) (Source: TIS Standard).

 

340

Honduras (Source: TIS Standard).

 

344

Hong Kong (Source: TIS Standard).

 

348

Hungary (Source: TIS Standard).

 

352

Iceland (Source: TIS Standard).

 

356

India (Source: TIS Standard).

 

360

Indonesia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

364

Iran, Islamic Republic of (Source: TIS Standard).

 

368

Iraq (Source: TIS Standard).

 

372

Ireland (Source: TIS Standard).

 

376

Israel (Source: TIS Standard).

 

380

Italy (Source: TIS Standard).

 

384

Cote D'Ivoire (Source: TIS Standard).

 

388

Jamaica (Source: TIS Standard).

 

392

Japan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

398

Kazakhstan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

400

Jordan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

404

Kenya (Source: TIS Standard).

 

408

Korea, Democratic People's Republic of (Source: TIS Standard).

 

410

Korea, Republic of (Source: TIS Standard).

 

414

Kuwait (Source: TIS Standard).

 

417

Kyrgyzstan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

418

Lao People's Democratic Republic (Source: TIS Standard).

 

422

Lebanon (Source: TIS Standard).

 

426

Lesotho (Source: TIS Standard).

 

428

Latvia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

430

Liberia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

434

Libya (Source: TIS Standard).

 

438

Liechtenstein (Source: TIS Standard).

 

440

Lithuania (Source: TIS Standard).

 

442

Luxembourg (Source: TIS Standard).

 

450

Madagascar (Source: TIS Standard).

 

454

Malawi (Source: TIS Standard).

 

458

Malaysia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

462

Maldives (Source: TIS Standard).

 

466

Mali (Source: TIS Standard).

 

470

Malta (Source: TIS Standard).

 

478

Mauritania (Source: TIS Standard).

 

480

Mauritius (Source: TIS Standard).

 

484

Mexico (Source: TIS Standard).

 

492

Monaco (Source: TIS Standard).

 

496

Mongolia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

498

Moldova, Republic of (Source: TIS Standard).

 

499

Montenegro (Source: TIS Standard).

 

504

Morocco (Source: TIS Standard).

 

508

Mozambique (Source: TIS Standard).

 

512

Oman (Source: TIS Standard).

 

516

Namibia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

520

Nauru (Source: TIS Standard).

 

524

Nepal (Source: TIS Standard).

 

528

Netherlands (Source: TIS Standard).

 

540

New Caledonia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

548

Vanuatu (Source: TIS Standard).

 

554

New Zealand (Source: TIS Standard).

 

558

Nicaragua (Source: TIS Standard).

 

562

Niger (Source: TIS Standard).

 

566

Nigeria (Source: TIS Standard).

 

578

Norway (Source: TIS Standard).

 

583

Micronesia, Federated States of (Source: TIS Standard).

 

584

Marshall Islands (Source: TIS Standard).

 

585

Palau (Source: TIS Standard).

 

586

Pakistan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

591

Panama (Source: TIS Standard).

 

598

Papua New Guinea (Source: TIS Standard).

 

600

Paraguay (Source: TIS Standard).

 

604

Peru (Source: TIS Standard).

 

608

Philippines (Source: TIS Standard).

 

616

Poland (Source: TIS Standard).

 

620

Portugal (Source: TIS Standard).

 

624

Guinea-Bissau (Source: TIS Standard).

 

626

Timor-Leste (Source: TIS Standard).

 

630

Puerto Rico (Source: TIS Standard).

 

634

Qatar (Source: TIS Standard).

 

642

Romania (Source: TIS Standard).

 

643

Russian Federation (Source: TIS Standard).

 

646

Rwanda (Source: TIS Standard).

 

659

Saint Kitts And Nevis (Source: TIS Standard).

 

662

Saint Lucia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

670

Saint Vincent And The Grenadines (Source: TIS Standard).

 

674

San Marino (Source: TIS Standard).

 

678

Sao Tome And Principe (Source: TIS Standard).

 

682

Saudi Arabia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

686

Senegal (Source: TIS Standard).

 

688

Serbia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

690

Seychelles (Source: TIS Standard).

 

694

Sierra Leone (Source: TIS Standard).

 

702

Singapore (Source: TIS Standard).

 

703

Slovakia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

704

Viet Nam (Source: TIS Standard).

 

705

Slovenia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

706

Somalia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

710

South Africa (Source: TIS Standard).

 

716

Zimbabwe (Source: TIS Standard).

 

720

Yemen, Democratic (Source: TIS Standard).

 

724

Spain (Source: TIS Standard).

 

728

South Sudan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

729

Sudan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

732

Western Sahara (Source: TIS Standard).

 

736

Sudan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

740

Suriname (Source: TIS Standard).

 

748

Swaziland (Source: TIS Standard). Swaziland has recently changed its name to Eswatini. DDEX will update the value as soon as it becomes aware of a change in the TIS codes as governed by CISAC.

 

752

Sweden (Source: TIS Standard).

 

756

Switzerland (Source: TIS Standard).

 

760

Syrian Arab Republic (Source: TIS Standard).

 

762

Tajikistan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

764

Thailand (Source: TIS Standard).

 

768

Togo (Source: TIS Standard).

 

776

Tonga (Source: TIS Standard).

 

780

Trinidad And Tobago (Source: TIS Standard).

 

784

United Arab Emirates (Source: TIS Standard).

 

788

Tunisia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

792

Turkey (Source: TIS Standard).

 

795

Turkmenistan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

798

Tuvalu (Source: TIS Standard).

 

800

Uganda (Source: TIS Standard).

 

804

Ukraine (Source: TIS Standard).

 

807

Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of (Source: TIS Standard).

 

810

USSR (Source: TIS Standard).

 

818

Egypt (Source: TIS Standard).

 

826

United Kingdom (Source: TIS Standard).

 

834

Tanzania, United Republic of (Source: TIS Standard).

 

840

United States (Source: TIS Standard).

 

854

Burkina Faso (Source: TIS Standard).

 

858

Uruguay (Source: TIS Standard).

 

860

Uzbekistan (Source: TIS Standard).

 

862

Venezuela (Source: TIS Standard).

 

882

Samoa (Source: TIS Standard).

 

886

Yemen (before 1990) (Source: TIS Standard).

 

887

Yemen (after 1990) (Source: TIS Standard).

 

890

Yugoslavia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

891

Serbia And Montenegro (Source: TIS Standard).

 

894

Zambia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2100

Africa (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2101

America (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2102

American Continent (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2103

Antilles (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2104

Apec Countries (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2105

Asean Countries (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2106

Asia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2107

Australasia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2108

Balkans (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2109

Baltic States (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2110

Benelux (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2111

British Isles (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2112

British West Indies (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2113

Central America (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2114

Commonwealth (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2115

Commonwealth African Territories (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2116

Commonwealth Asian Territories (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2117

Commonwealth Australasian Territories (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2118

Commonwealth of Independent States (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2119

Eastern Europe (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2120

Europe (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2121

European Economic Area (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2122

European Continent (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2123

European Union (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2124

GSA Countries (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2125

Middle East (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2126

Nafta Countries (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2127

Nordic Countries (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2128

North Africa (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2129

North America (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2130

Oceania (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2131

Scandinavia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2132

South America (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2133

South East Asia (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2134

West Indies (Source: TIS Standard).

 

2136

World (Source: TIS Standard).

 

Worldwide

An Identifier which identifies all Territories in the world.

 XKKosovo (Source: EU).
 AIDJFrench Afar and Issas, Name changed to Djibouti (DJ), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 ANHHNetherlands Antilles, Divided into: Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba (BQ), Curaçao (CW), Sint Maarten (Dutch part) (SX), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 BQAQBritish Antarctic Territory, Merged into Antarctica (AQ), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 BUMMBurma, Name changed to Myanmar (MM), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 BYAAByelorussian SSR, Name changed to Belarus (BY), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 CSHHCzechoslovakia, Divided into: Czechia (CZ), Slovakia (SK), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 CSXXSerbia and Montenegro, Divided into: Montenegro (ME), Serbia (RS), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 CTKICanton and Enderbury Islands, Merged into Kiribati (KI), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 DDDEGerman Democratic Republic, Merged into Germany (DE), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 DYBJDahomey, Name changed to Benin (BJ), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 FQHHFrench Southern and Antarctic Territories, Divided into: Part of Antarctica (AQ) (i.e., Adálie Land), French Southern Territories (TF), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 FXFRFrance, Metropolitan, Merged into France (FR), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 GEHHGilbert and Ellice Islands, Divided into: Kiribati (KI), Tuvalu (TV), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 HVBFUpper Volta, Name changed to Burkina Faso (BF), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 JTUMJohnston Island, Merged into United States Minor Outlying Islands (UM), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 MIUMMidway Islands, Merged into United States Minor Outlying Islands (UM), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 NHVUNew Hebrides, Name changed to Vanuatu (VU), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 NQAQDronning Maud Land, Merged into Antarctica (AQ), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 NTHHNeutral Zone, Divided into: Part of Iraq (IQ), Part of Saudi Arabia (SA), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 PCHHPacific Islands, Trust Territory of the, Divided into: Marshall Islands (MH), Micronesia, Federated States of (FM), Northern Mariana Islands (MP), Palau (PW), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 PUUMU.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands, Merged into United States Minor Outlying Islands (UM), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 PZPA

Panama Canal Zone, Merged into Panama (PA), (Source ISO 3166-3).

 RHZWSouthern Rhodesia, Name changed to Zimbabwe (ZW), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 SKINSikkim, Merged into India (IN), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 SUHHUSSR, Divided into: Armenia (AM), Azerbaijan (AZ), Estonia (EE), Georgia (GE), Kazakhstan (KZ), Kyrgyzstan (KG), Latvia (LV), Lithuania (LT), Moldova, Republic of (MD), Russian Federation (RU), Tajikistan (TJ), Turkmenistan (TM), Uzbekistan (UZ), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 TPTLEast Timor, Name changed to Timor-Leste (TL), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 VDVNViet-Nam, Democratic Republic of, Merged into Viet Nam (VN), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 WKUMWake Island, Merged into United States Minor Outlying Islands (UM), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 YDYE

Yemen, Democratic, Merged into Yemen (YE), (Source ISO 3166-3).

 YUCSYugoslavia, Name changed to Serbia and Montenegro (CS), (Source ISO 3166-3).
 ZRCDZaire, Name changed to Congo, the Democratic Republic of the (CD), (Source ISO 3166-3).

 8.10 UnitTypeForRevenueAllocation

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition
UnitTypeForRevenueAllocationThe basis used for the current Record.
 IndividualUsages

A UnitTypeForRevenueAllocation consisting of usages multiplied by the number of end users. This value thus depends on audience numbers, whereas Usages does not.

 Seconds

A UnitTypeForRevenueAllocation based on the duration for which a Resource is used, in seconds.

 UnitOfAccountingA UnitTypeForRevenueAllocation for the distribution of private copying levies on a SoundRecording basis that accounts for unit sales multiplied by a duration in seconds.
 UsagesA UnitTypeForRevenueAllocation consisting of usages for which the number of end users is not known. This value thus does not depends on audience numbers, whereas IndividualUsages does.
 UserDefinedA Type of an Entity which is defined by a sender of a DdexMessage in a manner acceptable to its recipient.

 8.11 UseType

Allowed Value Set & Allowed Value Definition
UseTypeA type of usage that a Licensee has made of the Resource and for which the revenue was generated.
 All

A value that describes all usages, including future usages not envisaged yet.

 Broadcast

To linearly Deliver a Resource using radio waves on the radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. 

 BroadcastRadioTo Broadcast Resources for radio programs.
 BroadcastTVTo Broadcast Resources for TV programs.
 CableRetransmissionTo re-transmit a Resource via a cable network as used by, e.g., Cable TV providers.
 CableRetransmissionRadioTo re-transmit a Resource for a radio program via a cable network.
 CableRetransmissionTVTo re-transmit a Resource for a TV program via a cable network.
 CatchUpTo provide on-demand offering of a previously broadcast Resource to allow the audience access it for a limited period after it was broadcasted.
 CatchUpRadioTo provide on-demand offering of a Resource in a previously broadcast radio program to allow the audience access it for a limited period after it was broadcasted.
 CatchUpTVTo provide on-demand offering of a Resource in a previously broadcast TV program to allow the audience access it for a limited period after it was broadcasted.
 CommercialRentTo allow access to a Resource for a limited Period of Time and for direct or indirect economic or commercial advantage.
 ConditionalDownloadTo Download a Resource under a condition (e.g. tethered to a Service or device).
 DownloadTo transfer a Resource from a service's Computer to a consumer's Computer for later consumption (e.g. ConditionalDownload, PermanentDownload).
 DubTo Copy an AudioResource onto a film.
 DubForDistributionTo Copy an AudioResource for onward distribution of a physical product.
 DubForOnDemandStreamingTo Copy an AudioResource for on-demand streaming.
 DubForPublicPerformance

To reproduce an AudioResource to enable a public Performance. Note: this use does not include the public performance of the included Resource.

 DubForRadioTo reproduce an AudioResource to enable any form of radio transmission. Note: this use does not include the public performance of the included Resource.
 DubForTVTo reproduce an AudioResource to enable any form of television transmission. Note: this use does not include the public performance of the included Resource.
 LendTo allow access to a Resource for a limited Period of Time through Organizations accessible to the public, but not for direct or indirect economic or commercial advantage.
 NonInteractiveStreamTo Stream a Resource as part of a scheduled program that has been a-priori arranged. Consumers cannot directly influence the content or order of a NonInteractiveStream. While NonInteractiveStreams are often referred to as web casts or pre-programmed Streams, users of the RDR standard are advised to use the value Webcast for such services in an RDR message.
 OnDemandStreamTo Stream a Resource with full interactivity.
 PerformInPublicTo Perform a Resource publicly.
 PermanentDownloadTo Download a Resource for permanent storage and subsequent consumption by the Consumer.
 PodcastTo Deliver a series of Resources as a download via web syndication.
 PrivateCopyTo Copy a Resource for private use. This UseType is typically used when reporting revenues related to private copying levies.
 RetransmissionTo re-transmit an audio or audio-visual Resource to Consumers in a simultaneous, unaltered, unabridged form, not done by the Party responsible for the original transmission.
 RingbackToneTo Use a Resource as the audible ringing that is heard primarily on a MobileTelephone by the calling party after dialing and prior to the call being answered at the receiving end.
 SimulcastTo Stream a Resource simultaneously over two or more different media systems or channels.
 SimulcastRadioTo Simulcast a Resource for a radio program.
 SimulcastTVTo Simulcast a Resource for a TV program.
 StreamTo stream a Resource (e.g. NonInteractiveStream, OnDemandStream, Simulcast).
 UseForEducationAndOrSocialPurposesTo use a Resource by educational organizations (schools, universities etc.) for teaching, research, and social purposes (not for economic or commercial purposes).
 UseForIdentificationTo use a Resource in a Release to aid identification processes (e.g. to support rights management operations where a record company provides sound recordings to a service provider for fingerprinting or watermarking). For the avoidance of doubt: this UseType does not include making the Release available to Consumers.
 UserDefined

A Type of an Entity which is defined by a sender of a DdexMessage in a manner acceptable to its recipient.

 WebcastTo Deliver a Resource over the Internet using streaming technology. 

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