FOOTPRINT NEGOTIATE MUSIC LICENCES WORLDWIDE FOR BROADCAST, ONLINE & DIGITAL SERVICES
Established in 1994, we have amassed the knowledge, experience, and expertise to find the best solutions to the music licensing needs of content creators and distributors across all types of media, including broadcast TV, video-on-demand, OTT, FAST channels, mobile, podcasting and other digital services.
Our clients know that Footprint’s judgment on whether a deal represents good value or not can be trusted.
Who we work for
The way we work and our friendly and open communication style has helped us build valuable and long-standing working relationships with a wide variety of broadcasters, content makers, online and digital services, including:
What we’ll do for you
We provide an ‘end-to-end’ service ranging from assessing your music rights liabilities, negotiating the music licences you need, and assisting you with ongoing compliance matters once the licences are in place.
Our extensive commercial experience and market knowledge translate into powerful negotiating skills.
Our commercially pragmatic approach to music licensing means that we ask questions others don’t.
How we’ll do it
We are not a law firm. We are commercially minded practitioners rather than just a team of advisors.
We treat your business as if it were our own and seek to add value to it. To do this, we get under the skin of your business to make sure we know what your vision and goals are, and then we provide you with commercial and pragmatic advice. Our broad client base in broadcast, online and other digital media give us an unrivalled insight into the market.
We are there for you throughout the whole music licensing process from planning to negotiation, finalising terms to post-deal compliance.
How we CAN help
If you are a broadcaster, online or digital service and you are using music in any way, please continue your journey around our website to discover more about what we can do for your business or, better still, just contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be happy to talk.