About UsThe Musicians' Rights Organization Canada (MROC) is a not - for - profit collective that collects and distributes royalties for performers. These royalties are payable under copyright legislation and reflect the rights of performers to be paid fairly for the broadcast and public performance of their recorded works. In Canada, these royalties cover a variety of broadcasts, including commercial radio, CBC radio, satellite radio and background music.
Until recently, only songwriters have received royalties when their songs have been broadcast. Organizations like SOCAN are responsible for distributing these royalties to songwriters. Now, because of legislation that recognizes the contribution of performers in the creation of sound recordings, royalties are also available for performers. MROC is responsible for distributing these royalties to performers.
How it works — if you are a musician or vocalist who has performed as a featured or background performer on a sound recording in the last 50 years, MROC may have royalties for you.
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MROC is thrilled to be heading out to St. John’s, Newfoundland this week for the 2015 East Coast Music Week and Awards.
For those looking to learn more about MROC or if you are already a MROC musician, but have questions, please join us at the following events:
Friday April 10, 2015 – Business to Business Music Meetings
Friday April 12, 2015 – Information panel- “Get treated Like Royalty, How to Capitalize on Royalty Revenue Streams”
For more information on the ECMA’s and this week’s events please visit: