Below are some very helpful tools to get you on track with logging and the procedures that are involved. If you familiarize yourself with these tools, pay attention to the information and always being prepared for your show, logging is a simple process.
There are no shows exempt from following compliance procedures. Every programmer should do their part in order for CKMS to be held accountable for compliance.
As mentioned in the documents, logging is important and is essential in being in compliance with the rules and laws. Below are some documents and links which are industry standard. The “NCRA Regulatory Survival Guide” front to back is full of excellent info. If you are unsure which category your show falls under or which percentage of CanCon your show requires, please refer to the guide. The “CKMS Music Log Template” is a simplified version of the industry standard for logs.
This page is a work in progress and is framework toward being in compliance. For further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach us at email@example.com
Your logs will be required if requested upon. It is essential to try to keep up to date on your logs.
If you would like, once you correctly filled out the log sheet, send in the complete form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Create a folder on Google Drive, your PC or Smartphone!
Please include the complete show name, your full name and as well as an accurate date on the title of the file.
Also logs will be monitored regularly for accuracy. Please fill them out correctly.
NCRA Regulatory Survival Guide
CKMS Music Log Template