Search AIMP site
Job Offerings
Industry News
Latin Corner

Copyright Corner

View All News Articles
January 17, 2017

January News

  • AIMP 2017-2018 Board Elections - The biennial election of officers and board members for all chapters is now complete.  Please join us in welcoming those who are returning to serve, as well as those who are serving for the first time, http://www.aimp.org/board.  And we also thank those who ran for office but weren't elected.  We appreciate your support!  
  • Meet LA featured member Cedar Boschan (scroll down), former National Board treasurer and Founder & CEO of Boschan Corp., a forensic accounting and auditing firm.  We thank Cedar for her years of service to the AIMP.  
  • The NMPA has announced its newest settlement with a digital music service over unpaid royalties, revealing a deal with YouTube. Read more here.  
  • Facebook is developing a copyright ID system to stem music rights infringement.  Read more here.  
  • SACEM - The French CMO teams with IBM to build a ‘transparent’ online royalty system.  Read more here.  
  • ASCAP - The New Year promotion + Deep Discount is extended through January 31st for the ASCAP "I Create Music" EXPO.  Get more info here.  
  • BMI announces its composer/director roundtable lineup for Sundance.  Read more here.
  • SESAC is now officially backed by Blackstone – one of the most powerful private equity companies in the world.  Read CEO John Josephson's comments about this here.  
  • Follow Us - And don't forget to follow the AIMP on Twitter, like us on Facebook and join us on LinkedIn

Login now to register for events and access your members area.
AIMP Twitter follow page AIMP Linked In group page AIMP Facebook page
Calendar of Events
Members Blog Posts
Spanish Podcast: moduloMUni2
by M. Mejia
View Full Post

Concord Music buys Fania Records
by M. Mejia
View Full Post

See all Posts
Copyright Alliance Commends Supporters of Marrakesh Treaty   …

View More

Court of Appeals Sides With Songwriters, Publishers on Licensing As the music industry headed into the holiday season, the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals gave songwriters and music publishe …

View More