CMRRA’s International Collections for digital royalties is a new offering to clients in 2021.
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Royalties from IMPEL and the MLC will be included in our regular quarterly distribution cycle (occurring on the 15th of March/June/September/December). You can expect your royalty statements to include detailed share-by-share payment information.
Our administration fee for International Collections from IMPEL and MLC is 5% of the royalties collected. All terms are outlined clearly in the affiliation agreement for International Collections. Note that there continues to be no up-front cost to affiliating with CMRRA.
If you’re already a member of the MLC directly, and wish to continue with that direct membership, you should not opt in to CMRRA’s International Collections service for the USA.
Yes. If you wish to remove your direct membership with the MLC in favour of CMRRA collecting these royalties on your behalf, you are able to do so. You will simply need to complete any opt-out process with the MLC so as to avoid overlapping claims in their database. An overlap could create conflicts that […]
Yes, CMRRA will register your work ownership details with the MLC if you opt in for the USA. Note that our affiliation agreement requires you to confirm the status of your repertoire for all of the territories for which you are signing up. Please carefully review the details in section 4 of Schedule I – […]
Members of the Harry Fox Agency do not automatically collect royalties from the MLC. Rights owners are required to opt in to collect royalties from the MLC, either as a direct MLC member or through a third party like CMRRA or HFA. If you have not opted in for HFA to collect on your behalf […]
No, there is no conflict. SoundExchange is responsible for collection and distribution of royalties to artists and sound recording owners for performances of their recordings. This is separate from the MLC mandate to collect mechanical royalties for the publishing rights associated with the musical works.
No, there is no conflict. PPL collects and distributes money on behalf of performers and record companies for the use of their recorded music. This is separate from the MLC mandate to collect mechanical royalties for the publishing rights associated with the musical works.
No, there is no conflict. SOPROQ collects and distributes royalties from the public performance and reproduction of sound recordings and music videos. This is separate from the MLC mandate to collect mechanical royalties for the publishing rights associated with the musical works.