Operation

1. How it works

The purpose of Easy Jazz TV is to promote independent jazz artists and their music. All music videos are aired only with the express written consent of the copyright holders. Easy Jazz TV does not charge to air artist videos, however, from time to time, at our discretion, we must delete older videos to make room for newer submissions. For a fee of $75 a month, a video will be prioritized and not removed. In addition to airing artist music video(s) on our TV Channel, we may also decide to air your music on one or more of our licensed radio stations. If this is the case, we will purchase your music online and pay you royalties through the various major licensing bodies which include ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, GMR, AllTrack, SOCAN, Re:Sound, PPL, and PRS, covering the United States, Canada and the UK.

2. Get your videos on Easy Jazz TV

If you are an artist who would like to be featured on Easy Jazz TV, email us at: easyjazz@bell.net providing us with written permission to air, along with the link or links of the YouTube videos you wish to promote. Be sure to include your website address as well, since we will include it at the end of your video(s). Note that you don't have to send us the video files themselves, just the links, and we'll take it from there. If we decide to air your music, we will notify you.

3. When your videos will air on Easy Jazz TV

You can inform your fans to see your videos by asking them to add Easy Jazz TV to Roku-TV, Amazon Fire TV or Google TV, or view on the web at this web address: https://easyjazz.tv. We will let you know what times your video will air.

4. Promotional Spots

Easy Jazz TV will air 30 and 60 second promotional spots, on a daily basis, free of charge for a 2-week period. Beyond 2 weeks, a fee of $200 per month applies. These spots can be used to promote new album and single releases, all music being sold, and platform links. If you would like us to produce the spot for you, there is a one-time fee of $250. You will then own the spot and can place it on YouTube or anywhere else you choose.