CMRRA wishes to congratulale the National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) and the Nashville Songwriters Association (NSAI) on the significant increase announced in the recent CRB ruling on US mechanical rates for 2018-2022. A great move forward for publishers and songwriters! Read the NMPA Release
The entire CMRRA team wishes its clients, colleagues and friends a splendid 2018! Keep an eye out for this e-newsletter throughout the year to stay current on CMRRA-related news.
CMRRA is pleased to announce that the December distribution is the largest ever to be made by CMRRA to our music publisher clients! This marks an important milestone in the transition to CMRRA’s Licensing and Royalty Distribution System (LDS). This new cloud based system uses the latest Microsoft technologies and is benefiting our music publisher […]
Please note that the CMRRA office will be closed from December 23, 2017 until January 2, 2018. We wish you all happy holidays!
If you’re a budding songwriter in Canada, Jana Cleland is someone you want in your court. Equal parts driven and passionate about songwriting, she lives and breathes music, even in her downtime. “I don’t sleep very much,” she laughs. “If I’m not listening to music non-stop, I am watching different films and television shows trying […]
As a CMRRA publisher client, you are aware that CMRRA is Canada’s leading reproduction rights licensing collective representing the vast majority of music publishers and copyright owners doing business in Canada. CMRRA has always focused on the needs of you as a publisher and has had client service at the center of all its activities. […]
By Vince Degiorgio – This was originally published on November 6, 2017 in The Hill Times. OTTAWA—When Minister Joly published her long awaited Creative Canada policy framework, one part in particular spoke to me and to my fellow music publishers and songwriters: the focus on export. It’s not unusual for me to walk into a […]
CMRRA is able to collect your YouTube royalties for the territory of Canada. We are collecting royalties on YouTube advertising revenue on their existing Canadian platform, as well as on subscription revenues on any subscription services they bring to Canada (including YouTube Red). This agreement also covers YouTube’s Electronic Sell Through (EST) and Transactional Video-On-Demand […]
CMRRA applauds the decision of the Minister of Canadian Heritage and the Minister of Innovation, Science, and Economic Development to assess the operations of the Copyright Board of Canada via consultation with stakeholders. CMRRA filed a submission on September 29 that focused on improving the efficiency of the Board’s processes and the timeliness and predictability […]
CMRRA is pleased to report on the recent promotion of three seasoned CMRRA staff members to exciting new roles in the company. Joy Galiatsos, Andrew Arnold, and Jennifer Bird have all been appointed to new roles that will help bolster CMRRA’s presence and lay the groundwork for exciting new projects to come. Joy Galiatsos […]