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How to report a live streamed performance

To fill in the  notification fields on our web service, follow these steps: 


  • Date of live streaming
  • Artist name and “live stream”, eg Ally Artist live stream
  • Choose “Concert” as the type of event (don’t worry about the verbal description of concert in the yellow box) 


  • Start typing in the text field the name of the service/platform that streams the performance. The following options have been added to the drop-down menu that appears
    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    • Youtube
    • Muu alustapalvelu (Other platform service)
  • Select the correct service / platform from the drop-down menu by clicking on its name. 


  • There is no need to fill in the “Name of Venue” and “Name of Organizer” sections

Event details

  • Audience: Give your estimate of the average number of viewers who followed the stream
  • Entrance fee / Free: Select  the right option
  • Additional information
    • Enter the name of the person, company, or community who organized the live stream in the field.
      • If the organizer is a company or community, also provide the name and email address of the person with whom the streaming has been agreed.
    • If you chose Muu alustapalvelu (Other platform service) as the venue, please state here the name of the platform or service where the live stream was played. 


As usual add a ready-made set list to your performance or add works one by one


On the summary page, verify that the information is correct and send the report. If necessary, you can correct the notification with the Return to prevous step button.

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