Dentists to benefit from simplified music licensing

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Slashing administration time in half, a recently launched initiative branded OneMusic Australia consolidates music licence transactions with Australia’s two music rights management bodies, PPCA and APRA AMCOS.

OneMusic Australia will allow businesses including dental practices to establish and maintain their music licence in one place and online giving greater transparency to the process of music licensing.

This breakthrough product offering is the result of extensive and ongoing consultation with industry over the past two years.


There is a bespoke Retail and Service Providers licence scheme to cover the entire retail industry—music used in the premises of service businesses such as dentists, chiropractors, masseurs, physiotherapists, hair and beauty salons, as well as goods retailers such as a fashion stores, newsagents, convenience stores, homewares stores or stationers.

A dental practice business of less than 51 square metres of ‘customer space’ (not including back rooms) with just a radio or television on need only budget for $85 a year for music licence fees.

The introduction of the OneMusic initiative coincides with a deeper understanding by Australian retail businesses that the right, commercially-popular music played for the benefit of customers and staff can support their brand and reputation at the same time as boost their bottom line.

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