Re: EA Performance Rights


Subject: Re: EA Performance Rights
From: Barry Schrader (ls@barryschrader.com)
Date: Wed Nov 02 2005 - 15:44:10 EST


And if the composer is smart, she would have formed her own publishing
company and would collect 100% of the money, not just 50%.

> From: David Mooney/Maxine Heller <moko@city-net.com>
> Reply-To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
> Date: Wed, 02 Nov 2005 08:57:51 -0500
> To: cec-conference@concordia.ca
> Subject: Re: EA Performance Rights
>
> If the work is registered with the performing rights organization it
> shouldn't matter whether it has been commercially released or not.
> ASCAP assigns 50% of royalties to the composer (or group of creators)
> and 50% to the publisher. If the work is registered and the venue
> sends in the list, the composer should get her cut.
>
> At 05:21 AM 11/2/2005, you wrote:
>
>> If the work is not commercially published, is there still a need to
>> contact the relevant performing rights society? I thought the
>> composer should do this?
>
> David Mooney: dmooney@city-net.com
> Maxine Heller: mheller@city-net.com
> Opaque Melodies: www.city-net.com/~moko/
>
>



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