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November 7, 2012

Time: 9 AM - 3:15 PM

Music Publisher's DDEX Summit

There has been a strong desire expressed by DDEX members to try and create standard DDEX messages around the licence process that affect music publishers in the US (admittedly mainly in association with mechanical licensing). This idea has been driven to a large extent by the standardisation based on DDEX that CMRRA/SODRAC is doing in Canada as a result of a class action around mechanical licensing.

Digital Data Exchange (DDEX) it is consortium of leading media companies, music licensing organisations, digital service providers and technical intermediaries. DDEX has standardised the formats in which information is represented in XML messages and the method by which the messages are exchanged between business partners. Now, DDEX is becoming the de facto standard for the formatting and delivery of metadata relating to the digital music supply chain. See www.ddex.net for more information.



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