If video rights are owned by more then one content provider, this territorial policy must be updated in our admin system.
How to claim split rights
Please message firstname.lastname@example.org
Include Split rights in the subject header this flags your request as high priority.
In the body of your message please include the below information.
CONTENT PROVIDER CLAIMING RIGHTS: ContentProvider
TERRITORIES: USA, Mexico, Puerto Rico, etc.
ALPHA- 2 ISO : US, MX, PR
- ISO codes must be Inclusive and unique. All territories claimed must be declared No WW. ex., DOMTOM, BENELUX, etc.
- ISO codes must be in ALPHA-2 Code format
Please follow the below template. If you are unsure of the territory codes you need to select please see an up to date list here: http://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/country_code_list.htm
Vevo's content ops team will then cc the content provider that we have listed in our Admin system as the owner of the ISRC's rights to confirm the split.
When we have had confirmation from this content provider we will apply the rights in our Admin system and add your rights to our internal tracking spreadsheet and update you that your rights have now been applied.
Vevo has confirmed that the rights have been applied but my video is not live in those countries.
Vevo will apply the rights at the claim level, but the video needs to have asset ownership applied by the requesting content providers on YouTube as well. Please find details of how to claim this at the link below.
If you believe you have claimed your rights correctly, please contact email@example.com
We can then check who has claimed the video on YouTube as well as confirming the rights in our Admin system.
I am unable to claim the rights I expect to have on youtube
Rights may not have been released by the content provider that has a claim on the video. Please contact other content provider or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm.