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1 hour ago, Charles Stirling said:

Found a list of types of publications that can't be claimed on and DACs says can't claim on e-books.

 

Thanks, I figured that. I've only been claiming print books.

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I see reports of this sort:

Country: Worldwide   Region: UK

Country: e.g. France, US, whatever   Region UK

Region UK, Country: Italy, whatever

And actually very few Country: UK,  Region: UK,

Is it the region or the country which is where the book/magazine was published? Maybe the Region, as how can a book be published 'worldwide' unless it has such a huge print run it's being printed in two or more countries?

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22 minutes ago, Cryptoprocta said:

Back to this:

I see reports of this sort:

Country: Worldwide   Region: UK

Country: e.g. France, US, whatever   Region UK

Region UK, Country: Italy, whatever

And actually very few Country: UK,  Region: UK,

Is it the region or the country which is where the book/magazine was published? Maybe the Region, as how can a book be published 'worldwide' unless it has such a huge print run it's being printed in two or more countries?

I don't make these decisions- I send the sales reports to DACS and they make them. They've never complained.

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2 hours ago, Cryptoprocta said:

Back to this:

I see reports of this sort:

Country: Worldwide   Region: UK

Country: e.g. France, US, whatever   Region UK

Region UK, Country: Italy, whatever

And actually very few Country: UK,  Region: UK,

Is it the region or the country which is where the book/magazine was published? Maybe the Region, as how can a book be published 'worldwide' unless it has such a huge print run it's being printed in two or more countries?

 

I look at the "Region" column. If it says "UK", then I include the sale in my claim; if it says somewhere else, then I don't. 

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3 minutes ago, John Mitchell said:

I look at the "Region" column. If it says "UK", then I include the sale in my claim; if it says somewhere else, then I don't. 

 

Likewise.

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I'm like spacecadet, I send a spreadsheet to DACS and let them decide.

 

When I used to edit the spreadsheet I would include 'worldwide', as my thinking was that the UK was in the world!

 

John.

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1 hour ago, Stokie said:

I'm like spacecadet, I send a spreadsheet to DACS and let them decide.

 

When I used to edit the spreadsheet I would include 'worldwide', as my thinking was that the UK was in the world!

 

John.

 

Radical thinking.

Rebel.

:) 

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1 hour ago, Stokie said:

I'm like spacecadet, I send a spreadsheet to DACS and let them decide.

 

When I used to edit the spreadsheet I would include 'worldwide', as my thinking was that the UK was in the world!

 

John.

I do exactly the same - I remove all countries except "UK" and "Worldwide" from the spreadsheet, then I remove everything except for magazines, books and TV (including newspapers) , and also I remove everything not in print form, and then I sent the remainder of the spreadsheet to DACS

 

Kumar

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3 hours ago, Doc said:

I do exactly the same - I remove all countries except "UK" and "Worldwide" from the spreadsheet, then I remove everything except for magazines, books and TV (including newspapers) , and also I remove everything not in print form, and then I sent the remainder of the spreadsheet to DACS

 

Kumar

 

I've thought of doing that. However, the "Region" column gives the following options only: UK, EU, US and ROW (Rest of World), so I stick with UK.

 

I admit that it's all very ambiguous, though...

 

 

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