I have a kind of success story to tell, but it is interlaced with a mystery. The other day I received a royalty notice from my PRO, PRS in the U.K. It stated that I was due royalties from a song I have been passing to Taxi for a while. The song is called ‘Strangerland’ and it has been forwarded from a number of Dispatch listings. However, I have never been contacted by anyone as a result of those forwards, and, I haven’t signed any contracts with any Libraries, Publishing agencies, or the like, for ‘Strangerland’, or given anyone permission to use it.According to the sparse details on my royalty notice, ‘Strangerland’ was used sometime in 2007, by Belgian(SABAM)Films, and it was used on a production called ‘Wiitekerke’. Some internet searching leads me to believe that ‘Wittekerke’ is a popular TV soap drama in Belgium, Holland, and Germany.So, although I’m delighted that my music has apparently been of use to someone, I’m somewhat perplexed as to how they got hold of ‘Strangerland’. I had thought that the chain from musician to production goes something like; musician responds to a listing, Taxi forwards to a Library, Library contacts musician to make a deal and exchange contracts, Library is contacted by production (TV, film, etc.).I’m not able to ascertain which libraries/companies ‘Strangerland’ was forwarded to in 2007, because I had been uploading from ‘Broadjam’. After Taxi started its own upload service I stopped using ‘Broadjam’ and all of the 'Broadjam' notices, critiques, and info. are now inaccessible. (I’m hoping Taxi may still have the old ‘Taxi/Broadjam’ databases).Anyway, the mystery is: Have I been left out of the loop somewhere?