Music Publishers Canada (MPC) has promoted Margaret McGuffin to Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Canada’s Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada has expanded its online performance royalties’ program, effective March 25.
The Canadian Mechanical Reproduction Rights Agency (CMRRA) is working with new global partners to provide music publishers and self-published songw
The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board has increased its equity investment in Canadian-based rights company Anthem Entertainment “in order to fa
Co-penned by Paul Shaffer and Paul Jabara in 1979 and originally intended for Donna Summer, It's Raining Men became a massive hit for The Weather Girls in 1982, reaching No. 1 on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart and all these years later earns Shaffer recognition and an induction to the CHSF. With video,
The popular industry veteran teams up with Gavin Brown and Rodney Murphy for a new music rights management company. It will have a strong focus on the catalogues of established and emerging Canadian artists, songwriters, and producers. Learn more from our interview with the Hall of Famer.
Canadians Madeline Merlo, Patricia Conroy and Dave Thomson talk about the success of their co-written No. 1 U.S. smash, Champagne Night, recorded by Lady A.
Michael McCarty is one of those much-needed forward-thinkers in the music industry, trying to anticipate what’s coming next or what’s next that needs to be done. Karen Bliss's interviewed him as he sets his sites beyond SOCAN where he has accomplished much in seven years.
Canadian performing rights org SOCAN has announced final 2019 financial results, including record domestic and international collections for the company's member music creators, music publishers and visual artists. The company also announced significant financial losses due to past investments in the acquisition, creation, and financing of the new business venture Dataclef Inc. Pictured, interim CEO Jennifer Brown.
The Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency (CMRRA) reports $12-million in its third-quarter distribution numbers.
The international success of the pop superstar (pictured) is recognised, while many of Canada’s top songwriters, producers and composers share in the honours. The CSHF celebrates Lowell with The Slaight Music Emerging Songwriter Award.
The young Canadian-Nigerian beatmaker has been signed to Sony/ATV Music Publishing, in partnership with Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack Publishing. She has worked on hits by Scott, Drake, Rihanna, Don Toliver, Pop Smoke and many more.