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SX WORKS, IMPEL AND CMRRA EXTEND MEMBER LICENSING OPPS
9/7/22

SoundExchange's SX Works Global Publisher Services (SX Works), IMPEL and the Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency (CMRRA) have completed their strategic partnership, expanding mutual licensing and back-office administration opportunities in both North America and overseas in an effort to ensure music publishers are accurately and fairly compensated.

Now, IMPEL’s independent music-publisher members can license their digital rights directly in Canada with the CMRRA and in the U.S. via SX Works. 

IMPEL CEO Sarah Williams called the move an "important step" for the company that will bring "real value" to their members and songwriters they represent.

CMRRA and SX Works President Paul Shaver, meanwhile, applauded their "shared vision to ensure rights owners are accurately compensated for usage of their works." 

Aside from collecting digital royalties, IMPEL members can opt in for licensing in other areas with CMRRA, including physical products and broadcast mechanical collections, in adherence with CMRRA’s "a la carte program" of client service offerings. 

At the onset of the partnership, CMRRA members joined IMPEL’s multi-territory licences across Europe and beyond, and more than 500 CMRRA clients have already enrolled. Distributions are expected to begin before 2022 is up.