YouTube Claim Resolution:


Zone X Records is a independent record label with two main offices in Atlanta,Georgia & Houston,Texas and due to the being independently owned label with limited budget we release many songs on youtube. On this page Zone X Records discuss of youtube content claims and how we resolve any content claims.

If you upload a video on YouTube that contains copyright-protected material, you could end up with a claim. These claims are issued by YouTube on behalf of the companies that own or represent the rights to the copyrighted audio or visual content.

Content ID

Content ID is a system built by YouTube that allows copyright holders (e.g. record labels, music distributors, publishers, etc.) to protect and monetize their content on YouTube. Through YouTube’s Content Management System, copyright holders are able to upload content that they own the rights to (e.g. audio files, films, etc.) and assert policies for the content. Once the content is uploaded, YouTube’s automated system fingerprints it and searches through all the videos hosted on YouTube. When it finds matches, it applies the policy provided by the copyright owner.

Claim Policies

What happens to the video containing the copyrighted material depends solely on the policy put in place by the copyright owner. There are three policies a copyright owner can apply:

  1. Block: Claimed videos will be not be viewable on YouTube.
  2. Track: No ads will run on claimed videos, but the copyright owner will receive performance data on claimed videos from YouTube.
  3. Monetize: Ads will run on claimed videos and the ad revenue will be paid out to the copyright owner.

What should I do if someone claims my video?

In most cases, getting a Content ID claim on your video isn’t a bad thing for your YouTube channel. It’s just YouTube saying, “Hey, we found some content in your video that’s owned by someone else”. After all, it is in the artist’s best interest for them to be able to decide what happens to their work on YouTube. However, if the copyright owner wishes, he or she may issue a strike on your channel, so be aware of that, as well.

How do we handle False claiming music?

If you are an artist to our label Zone X Records, you can monetize your music across YouTube using the YouTube app. By default, we apply a policy of MONETIZE to all content you wish to enable. Once a track is enabled for YouTube monetization, you are able to view and manage all claims created on your behalf.

Zone X Records Policy of Companies False claiming rights to our artists:

We have adopted a policy,where if a label or company false claims ANY music that belongs to our label or is an artist signed to our label.We will seek receive a certain fee from that company or label this is due to the rising

claims of labels earning revenue from our artists we have adopted a policy in place.We have networked and teamed up with many law firms who have given us legal advice on how to proceed with this matter.We are not in anyway or shape  suing the label or company,we are simply following the DMCA guideline rules put in place to protect not only artists but labels as well from false claim.If the company or label refuses to comply with our mandatory fee policy,then by all means we will proceed legal action(if necessary). We are doing this to cover lost revenue our label looses while we battle a false claim issue.

We hope you guys understand and feel free to contact us for any disputes or concerns.