The Canadian arm will work to educate and create community among emerging supervisors, and to share knowledge with colleagues to foster solutions to industry challenges and changing landscapes.
Foreign royalty income from the performance of Canadian music played internationally on radio, television, in movies, online, on-stage and other us
Money, songs, and music supervisors...
Founded in 1993, CYMBA, an acronym for Crushing Your Music Business Apathy, is an internationally renowned boutique music publishing company, led b
The Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights agency (CMRRA) has issued an update about Monday’s announcement that it has been acquired by American non-
US recorded music licensing org SoundExchange announced today that it has acquired the Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency Ltd.
Ottawa: Last Tuesday, the Canadian music industry gathered in the capital city to celebrate our nation’s talented songwriters and music publishers.
"We set off on a journey and you hope for great things, and then you get to those great things and then you think, well, what if you expanded this vision and amplified it even further," says ole Chairman and CEO Robert Ott.
Music royalties involve a complex bundle of copyrights, uses and rights holders. Music industry executive Vel Omazic untangles the web of acronyms and underlying rights included in songs and recordings.
Bell Media has joined forces with ole, the Canadian-based multinational music rights firm.
Canadian music publisher ole is seeking bids of at least US$650 million as part of what the company is calling a recapitalization process.