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CISAC calls on experts Nov. 9 to discuss the next steps for the ISWC music identifier

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The International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC) has invited music publishers and digital services to discuss the next steps for the ISWC music identifier on 9th November 2022.

“Everyone in the music ecosystem agrees that getting the identifier system to work better will put more money into the pockets of creators and those who represent them,” said CISAC.

Following the recent modernisation of ISWC by the confederation to make it faster, more accurate and more efficient, CISAC is asking stakeholders to join the conversation to discuss the next steps for the identifier to get the ISWC adopted across the value chain.

Establish the ISWC as an accurate identifier

An expert panel has been put together by CISAC and publisher organisations in the Societies Publishers Forum (SPF), with representatives from societies, publishers and digital platforms to “discuss the progress being made to establish the ISWC as an accurate and reliable identifier that is used across all parts of the music industry.”

The session will be hosted at SACEM’s offices in Paris and livestreamed on Wednesday 9th November, 16.00 – 17.30 (CET). Speakers include: Sylvain Piat, Director of Business, CISAC; Cynthia Lipskier, Deputy Director of Operations – Documentation, SACEM; Matt Phipps-Taylor, Chief Information Officer, peermusic; James Way, Head of Copyright Data Policy, ICE; Tom Rettig, VP of Product, Gracenote Content Solutions; Magali Clapier, Publishing Operations Strategy, Spotify, with Declan Rudden, Managing Director, SaorServices as Moderator.

To join the webinar:

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Singapore regulators seek comments on the draft Copyright Regulations 2023 on collective management organisations

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Interested parties have until December 4, 2022 to provide comments on the draft Copyright (Collective Management Organisations) Regulations 2023, in a consultation organised by the Ministry of Law of Singapore (MinLAw) and the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS).

The draft Regulations set out the licence conditions which collective management organisations (CMOs) must comply with under a mandatory class licencing scheme administered by IPOS, as well as procedural matters relatin...

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Roxanne de Bastion and David Lee elected as Performer Directors of British neighbouring rights society PPL

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British singer and songwriter Roxanne de Bastion (pictured, above) has been re-elected as a Performer Director and horn player David Lee was elected as a Performer Director of PPL, during the UK's neighbouring rights society's Annual Performer Meeting (APM)

Music manager David Stopps steps down as a Performer Director after six years. Peter Lale was also staing for election. de Bastion and Lee will sit alongside PPL’s four other Performer Directors: Jackie Davidson, Hannah Joseph, Peter Thom...

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SCAPR and WIPO sign agreement providing WIPO Connect users access to IPNs

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SCAPR, the organisation representing societies collecting neighbouring rights on behalf of performers, has signed an agreement with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) that allows non-SCAPR collective management organisations (CMOs) to use WIPO Connect to enrich their databases with existing international performance numbers (IPNs) from SCAPR's IPD database.

WIPO Connect, is a data management system developed and offered by WIPO, aimed at facilitating the collective manageme...

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