Copyright

Protect Your Music
&
Choreography

Copyright

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What Does 
Copyright Mean? 

Copyright is a U.S. law established to protect author’s original work. Having your work copyrighted stops other people from using your work without your permission. To avoid your work from being used by others, it is important to legally register your music and choreography for copyright protection. 

 Why Copyright Your Work? 

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You Can Lose Money

Without your work being legally registered for copyright protection, you are in jeopardy of others using your music or choreography, without legal consequences, and you not being paid for your work. 

 Misunderstanding About Copyright  

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Know The Facts!

Many people think that their work is already protected if it is in a tangible form like producing beats on their computer/laptop/other software, typing/writing lyrics, video, or singing their song into a voice app. However, this is not true. 

 

Yes, by having your work in a tangible form it is considered copyrighted, but it is not legally protected. The court system will only acknowledge cases for work that is registered with the U.S. Copyright Office, if you ever needed to sue. Therefore, if your work is not registered, people are able to use your work, and there will not be much you can do about it. So why not protect your work now! 

How to Copyright Your Work

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Copyright Music

Choreography Online

Registering your work with the U.S. Copyright Office can be confusing and time consuming. 

We want you to have the time needed to focus on your work.

Our team of experienced publishers will register your songs or choreography with the U.S. Copyright Office for you. You will keep 100% of your rights and ownership of your work.

How to get your work copyrighted? All you have to do is complete our simple online registration form! You will receive your U.S. Copyright certificate for each work that you register with us.