ASCAP Statement Guides


ASCAP is happy to provide you with several ways to view your ASCAP Statements. For Domestic statements we provide a standard PDF, an interactive PDF (iStatement) and an Electronic Statement (eStatement). International Statements are available in a standard PDF and Electronic Statement (eStatement). To find out more, please click on the links below:

How to Read Your ASCAP Domestic Statements

ASCAP domestic performance statements are issued quarterly and provide detailed information about how and where your music is performed in the U.S. These statements use specific language or abbreviations to describe the way in which your royalties are paid. Click on the link below for information that can help you better understand your statement.

Domestic Writer Guide

Domestic Publisher Guide

How to Read Your ASCAP International Statements

ASCAP international performance statements are issued quarterly and based on information we receive from our sister societies around the world. Because each society provides a different level of data detail, international statements focus on the country and medium (e.g. film/tv, cinema, etc) in which your works are performed. Click on the link below for information that can help you better understand your statement.

International Writer Guide

International Publisher Guide

International Royalties Tax Reporting Guide

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