SABAM strives to provide its authors with advice and assistance. It endeavours also to strongly promote the repertoire of its members through i.a. the SABAM MAGAZINE, a newsletter with general information and one with practical information for audiovisual / literary / dramatic authors.
Furthermore the is the SABAM for Culture non-profit organisation. Through this non-profit organisation it demonstrates presence and support at innumerable fairs and large-scale events, such as the Music Industry Awards, the Ghent Film Festival, the World Soundtrack Awards, the Nekka Nacht, the Muzikantendag, de Eregalerij, etc.
Finally SABAM also turns the focus onto its members from the various disciplines by means of various events that we organise ourselves.
SABAM also support film students with grants for creativity via the Soundscape Fund for Graduation Films or the Soundscape Fund for Feature Films. It thus endeavours to promote its dramatic repertoire. In this way the works of the SABAM repertoire can also be viewed online (Repertoire online). In addition, SABAM currently offers grants for community theatre under the management of OpenDoek.
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