Valuing your Musical Creativity

Accessing International Markets for Music

We at JACAP would like to extend a big thank you for your participation in our Business of Music Seminar Series that was held during the month of August 2017. As was advise at the last event, there will be a change of date for the final segment of the series.

The new date for "Accessing International Markets for Music" is now OCTOBER 3-7, 2017 at The Mona Visitors Lodge, 2 Garden Lane, UWI Mona Campus Kingston 7.

Come hear the team from “WOMEX” advising on International Market Access.

At this time please confirm your attendance by completing attached application form and return to this email or calling our office at 948-5937/948-6439.

We look forward to seeing you at what promises to be an exciting and informative Business of Music Seminar session.

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JACAP Pays In Excess Of $320 Million To Music Creators Locally, Abroad

The Jamaica Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers (JACAP) is urging creative persons, especially artistes and songwriters, to become members of societies that can help them collect earnings from their work.

In an interview with The Sunday Gleaner recently, Lydia Rose, general manager of JACAP, revealed that the organisation has a system set up that allows them to know exactly which individual's music is being played at the different events, allowing them to work out how much money is to be paid over to the respective artistes.

"Sound system operators have a system that they use called Serato, which stores the playlist that they used, and we would ask them for that after the event," she said, explaining that JACAP also uses the Serato system. She then went on to explain that playlists from radio stations are also used to aid in the organisation's analysis of music played at different events.

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JACAP Cries Foul - Association Claims Non-Compliant Organisations Witholding Royalties

The Jamaica Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers Limited (JACAP) has indicated that it collected just $94.6 million in royalties for 2015 due to non-compliance from broadcasters and cable entities.

Making the disclosure during a forum staged by JACAP at the Knutsford Court Hotel in St Andrew on Wednesday, the association said that figure amounted to less than half of what was due.

JACAP is a non-profit collective ,management organisation copyright society which administrates the public performance, synchronisation and mechanical reproduction rights of lyricists (authors), music composers and music publishers in Jamaica (primary rights holders).

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