As an update to our earlier post offering guidance on sharing services on social media, CCLI (Christian Copyright Licensing International) has, in the last 24 hours, created a streaming licence.
Regardless of who your streaming partner is (eg Facebook, YouTube, etc), you still need a separate streaming licence when you use streaming services.
Find out more about the CCLI streaming licence at this link: https://uk.ccli.com/streaming/
It’s so new, there is currently no button/link for this licence on the CCLI website so the above link must be used. Alternatively if you log in to your CCLI profile (which each church administrator will have set up) you will see that the new streaming licence is at the top of the list of available products.
If you want to have church musicians playing/performing songs that are under copyright control and you want to either:
this licence covers you to:
This licence does not cover you to play official released versions of songs (ie you are not covered to include a song from a Getty album into your live stream in the event you do not have any musicians available).
The cost of this streaming licence is £128 for 12 months, currently discounted to £115.
For more information please email email@example.com or phone 01323 436100.