Looking back at 2018, Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency Ltd.
Licensing agency The Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency, Ltd (CMRRA) has announced that Caroline Rioux is stepping down as CMRRA President
The Canadian Mechanical Reproduction Rights Agency has struck a deal with the just-launched premium music streaming service, Amazon Music Unlimited
In an almost unprecedented move that underscores the seismic shifts in the rights agencies’ topography, CMRRA President Caroline Rioux has written an open letter to the agency's clients. Her message is reprinted in entirety in FYI today.
No one wants to say so but there is a turf war over the collection of music rights payments in Canada. SOCAN has traditionally been known as a performing rights agency but it is expanding its reach to include mechanical rights that until this week had been the almost exclusive domain of the CMRRA.
In a few weeks, SoundExchange will celebrate the one-year anniversary of its purchase of the CMRRA. In the following interview with the Canadian rights collection agency topper Caroline Rioux, William Glanz explores the synergies and how the new partnership is working for both orgs.
The tariff, which applies to the years 2011-2013, took more than three years to be rendered after the conclusion of the hearing in early 2014 and shrinks payouts to creators.
The federal government wants to overhaul the Copyright Board and is asking stakeholders for ideas that can be submitted now through until Sept. 29.
With the organization's 3rd annual Celebration & Awards Gala just 10 days away, on June 12, CIMA President Stuart Johnston took time to respond