I am trying to better understand the new world of streaming as it relates to AFM musicians.  Informed comments would be most appreciated.  Are the following correct:

1. Under the AFM’s current Agreement, when a theatrical film (like the upcoming “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”) goes to stream on a streaming service such as Disney+, Secondary Market residuals are paid as Streaming Services are considered a Secondary Market (like DVD’s would be). 

2. Under the current AFM Agreement, when a made-for-streaming program (like the upcoming “Star Wars: The Mandalorians”) streams on a streaming service such as Disney+, Secondary Market residuals would not be paid because Streaming was the original market, not the Secondary one.

3. The goal of the AFM is to change their current agreement to increase the musician rates for recording direct-to-streaming projects. 

4. An additional goal of the AFM is to change their current agreement to provide for a form of residuals for direct-to-streaming projects when they stream.  

Another question: what form of residual for direct-to-streaming residual is being requested when the project streams?

Thanks for this info.  Understanding specifics is really helpful.