Step 1 - Number of minutes
You need to find out how many minutes the song has been played on the various radio channels.
Example: 208 plays of a song in three minutes gives a play time of 624 minutes
Step 2 - Your minute points
To get minute points, you must find your role code on the song.
Once you have found your role code, you can see in the score table below how many points you get on the song.
Score table for role code A:
For you who are:
Solist or solo artist
Featured artist
Permanent member of a band
Number A on the recording | Points pr. A |
1 | 16 |
2 | 14 |
3 | 12 |
4 | 10 |
5 | 8 |
6 | 6 |
7 | 4 |
8 | 2 |
9 | 1 |
Score table for role code B:
For you who are:
Orchestra member
Choir member
Musician who is not a permanent member of the band
Remixer
Number A + B on the recording | Points pr. B |
1 | - |
2 | 8 |
3 | 8 |
4 | 8 |
5 | 8 |
6 | 6 |
7 | 4 |
8 | 2 |
9 | 1 |
When there is only one person on the song, we see that the table shows zero points for role code B. If you perform alone on a song, you automatically have role code A. It is not possible to be just one person on a song with role code B.
Score table for role code C:
For you who are:
conductor
musical director
Number C on the recording | Points for C * |
Whatever the number | 5 |
In the table for role code C, we see that a conductor or musical leader gets 5 points regardless of how many performers otherwise perform on the song.
* If a song has several people with role code C, the 5 points are divided between these.
Example: Distribution of points on a song with nine people:
The three band members receive role code A and 12 points
The five contributors receive role code B and 2 points, since they are a total of eight A's and B's
The conductor receives role code C and 5 points
Calculate your minute points
Now that you know how many minutes the song has been played on a given channel, and what role code you have on the song, you can calculate your minute points.
Minutes x Points = Minute points
You need the minute points later to calculate the amount
Step 3 - Find the Gramo Theorem
The last factor you need to calculate the amount of the payout is the Gramo rate. The Gramo rate is different for the radio channel for which you are calculating the amount.
The Gramo movement is multiplied by the number of minutes the song has been played on a given channel
Gramo rates for music played on radio in 2019
NRK | NOK per minute |
NRK P1 | 0,84 |
NRK P1+ | 0,40 |
NRK P2 | 0,41 |
NRK P3 | 0,42 |
NRK mP3 | 0,22 |
NRK P13 | 0,10 |
NRK Distrikt | 0,06 |
NRK Sápmi | 0,06 |
NRK Folkemusikk | 0,03 |
NRK Jazz | 0,03 |
NRK Klassisk | 0,03 |
NRK Radio Super | 0,03 |
NRK P3X | 0,03 |
NRK Sport | 0,03 |
The P4 group | NOK per minute |
P4 Lyden av Norge | 0,62 |
P5 Hits Oslo | 0,13 |
P5 Nonstophits | 0,13 |
P6 Rock | 0,13 |
P7 Klem | 0,13 |
P8 Pop | 0,13 |
P9 Retro | 0,13 |
P10 Country | 0,13 |
Bandit | 0,13 |
NRJ Riks | 0,13 |
Farmer | NOK per minute |
Radio Norge | 0,44 |
Radio Rock | 0,28 |
Radio Vinyl | 0,28 |
Radio Topp 40 | 0,28 |
Kiss | 0,09 |
P24-7 Mix | 0,09 |
Radio 1 | 0,09 |
Norsk Pop | 0,09 |
Local radio | NOK per minute |
Local radio | 0,05 |
Step 4 - Calculation of the amount:
Now that you have gained an overview of how many minutes the song has been played on a given channel, calculated minute points and found the Gramo rate, you can calculate the amount to be paid out.
Minute points x Gramo rate = Amount to be paid
Calculation example:
How much do the different participants earn on a song with the following ensemble and radio play?
Three band members - role code A
Five musical contributors - role code B
A conductor - role code C
Played for 624 minutes
Summary:
If we follow the steps above, we will find the following:
Step 1: Minutes
Number of minutes = 624
Step 2: Minute points The
number of minute points depends on the role code.
Role code:
The three band members receive role code A and 12 points
The five contributors get role code B and 2 points, because together they are eight A's and B's
The conductor receives role code C and 5 points
Minutes:
The three band members : 12 points x 624 minutes = 7488 minute points
The five contributors : 2 points x 624 minutes = 1249 minute points
Conductor : 5 points x 624 minutes = 3120 minute points
Step 3: Gramo rates
Find the Gramo rate for the channel you want to calculate, for example 0.54
Step 4: Calculation of the amount
Role code A :
7488 minute points x 0.54 gramo-rate = 4043.52 kronerRole code B :
1249 minute points x gramo rate 0.54 = 674.46 kronerRole code C :
3120 minute points x gramo rate 0.54 = 1684.8 kroner