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CHRC Releases Resources for the Music Industry

January 25th 2012

CHRC is pleased to announce Rights Management 101 - resources for purchase by trainers who want to offer workshops or in depth courses on rights management in the music industry; and for individuals who want to improve their understanding of the complexities of rights management for their personal benefit.

Order Rights Management 101 from our web page.

The package includes online resources developed and tested during workshops conducted in 2011 by music industry veterans Jodie Ferneyhough (English version) and Diane Lamarre (French version).

The package also includes the documents used to develop the workshop material: Rights Management: An Overview, Basic Principles, and Case Studies. These are available in PDF format.

The online resources give a practical overview of rights management; the documents offer an in depth explanation and examples of how rights management works.

"I have gained a better insight into how publishing/royalties work as well as learned the best way to approach the film/tv industry with my music and get it heard."
- Workshop participant

Rights management knowledge is vital to anyone working in the music industry today. Take advantage of these concise, to-the-point resources written by and for music industry professionals.

The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is committed to strengthening the cultural labour force, and strives to be at the centre of vision and forward thinking in the area of cultural human resources development.

These projects were funded by the Government of Canada's Sector Council Program.

For information:

Susan Annis
Executive Director
613.562.1535, ext. 22