That looks great although it's a shame there's a need.
I don't understand how, in 2016, every instance of every song played isn't recorded and reported.
Even when they are reported on a song by song basis, the chances of actually getting paid are very slim, in my limited experience.
I have, in the past, had to send databases of dates, times, radio hosts etc to PRS to claim payment and.....well...they didn't make it easy.
They also pay a much lower rate for anything that's backdated, although they say they don't.
The cheque they finally sent me after months of bitching says they do, or they got really REALLY fed up of hearing from me. lol
I think it's ridiculous but it is what it is. At least there's some awareness and progress happening.
I wonder if Soundmouse, in the UK, is a similar thing?
I was told that it was essential to sign up with soundmouse after we got commercially playlisted a few times.
Hey Paul - Here's why we didn't pay you!