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SGAE President Pilar Jurado pushed out in boardroom coup

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By Emmanuel Legrand

The SGAE saga has now more episodes and twists than a Latin American telenovela. The latest development has seen the board of directors of the Spanish rights society voting to replace its President Pilar Jurado with playwright Ferm?n Cabal, who will be acting president of the Spanish Society of Authors and Publishers until a new election is called. Jurado has been in the position for about 14 months.
During an extraordinary board of directors called April 15 by the society...

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Emmanuel is a Washington, DC-based freelance journalist, blogger and media consultant, specialising in the entertainment business and cultural trends. He was the US editor for British music industry trade publication Music Week. Previously, he was the editor of Impact, a magazine for the music publishing community (2007-2009), the global editor of US trade publication Billboard (2003-2006), and the editor in chief of Billboard’s sister publication Music & Media (1997-2003).

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IMRO partners with Copyright Delta to provide detection tools identifying songs used to train AI models

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Ireland's rights society IMRO has announced an "innovative partnership" with Amsterdam based Copyright Delta, specialised in song detection and protection software, to provide provide "solutions aimed at empowering IMRO members willing to license AI uses, in the face of evolving technological landscapes."

IMRO said that collective management organisations (CMOs) are confronted with the challenge of protecting the rights of their members against unauthorised uses, in particular through the us...

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The UK’s PPL collected a record £283.5 million in 2023, up 4% over 2022

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British neighbouring rights society PPL has collected £283.5 million (€331.25m) in 2023 from the usage of sound recordings in public spaces and media, up 4% or £10.9m on 2022. PPL said it was the highest level of income in the 90-year history of the London-based society.

After operating cost and other deductions, net revenue distributed to PPL members and other Collective Management Organisations (CMOs) through a network of international agreements grew by 5%, The ratio income to expenses w...

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SESAC beefs up its Music Services division

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Blackstone Group-owned music rights company SESAC Music Group has expanded its Music Services division, which incorporates AudioSalad, Audiam, HFA, Mint, Music Services and Rumblefish.

The division provides global solutions platform and shared services such as licensing, royalty collection, and administration for artists and songwriters, as well as independent record label and music publishing clients.

To develop its international portfolio of clients, SESAC has hired UK-based Andy Bodki...

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