Live streamed classes during COVID-19

We’re going to cover any live streamed fitness, wellbeing and dance class you host for your members/students as if it were a Fitness, Wellbeing or Dance Class conducted at your premises.

There are some limitations:

YOU need to stream the class itself.

At the moment we CANNOT cover streams via other platforms like YouTube and Facebook. You may choose to use one of those platforms OneMusic doesn’t own (control) all the music rights for Facebook and YouTube etc.

This means that your live stream fitness, wellbeing or dance class music on those platforms is ‘tracked' and you may be sent what is called a take-down notice or your live stream may be disrupted.

The class must be from a secure password protected site (i.e. not generally open to non-members).

If you cannot technically do that then there must be no marketing or promotion of the class other than to members of your business. In any event the stream must only be available for viewing in Australia.

We will grant the licence for the purpose of live streaming only. 

We don’t have the rights to let you copy, store and subsequently communicate the class.

The stream is not to include any third-party advertising.

This additional activity under OneMusic Australia’s licence coverage is granted for a temporary period of six months (through to 30 September 2020) due to the extraordinary circumstances brought about by COVID-19. We will further consider this extension during that period.

If a business does decide to go ahead with classes on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram or similar, they still need to declare these classes under their standard OneMusic Australia licence agreement.