CMRRA is extending a warm welcome to the staff of the Canadian Private Copying Collective (CPCC) who has moved into CMRRA’s premises on February 1, 2015. This move allows both organisations to utilize office space more efficiently and creates valuable opportunities to share resources. We welcome this new partnership and we’re looking forward to enhancing our team with the part time assistance of two members from CPCC’s legal and accounting staff.
We’re likewise thrilled to welcome the staff of Access Copyright to our premises with a move scheduled later in 2015. We’re extremely pleased to have this opportunity to share our workspace with both of these collectives and we’re looking forward to the new dynamic that will form from working in closer proximity with one another.
CPCC is a non-profit umbrella organization whose member collectives represent songwriters, recording artists, music publishers and record companies. It collects and distributes private copying levies through of its member collectives CMRRA, SOCAN, SODRAC and Re:Sound.
Access Copyright is a collective voice of creators and book, magazine and newspaper publishers in Canada.