ASCAP


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ASCAP

abbr.
American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers

ASCAP

(ˈæskæp)
n acronym for
American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers

ASCAP

(ˈæs kæp)

n.
American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers.
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In addition to ASCAP, there is American Broadcasting Company [and] Time Warner headquarters.
Naturally it is expected that ASCAP and BMI will lobby aggressively against the passage of this legislation, but the fact remains that Congress and the public have been alerted to improprieties.
in its dispute with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) over reasonable royalties for a license covering the public performance of ASCAP musical compositions by MobiTV's mobile and Internet television/radio services.
ASCAP and BMI had sought to offer fractional licenses for musical works written by several people, but the DOJ nixed that too, saying "Although stakeholders on all sides have raised some concerns with the status quo, the Division's investigation confirmed that the current system has well served music creators and music users for decades and should remain intact.
In his new post at ASCAP, Roberts will be accountable for the royalty payment system for over 525,000 ASCAP members and will supervise ASCAP's worldwide infrastructure together with Distribution and Repertory, Information Systems, Facilities and the Economist's Office.
One of the things that is lovely to see that comes out of ASCAP is collaboration, people finding other people to write with," Williams says.
Costello, 48, was called to the podium to receive the ASCAP Founders Award by Burt Bacharach, with whom Costello once collaborated.
Music titles are not provided by ASCAP or BMI upon request so the licensee cannot determine which organization owns what music.
Effective immediately, the newly established ASCAP Nashville Regional Office will be overseen by Nashville-based industry veteran Tim DuBois, who has been appointed Vice-President and Managing Executive of the operations, reporting to ASCAP Senior Vice-President and head of Domestic Membership Randy Grimmett.
Contrary to reports otherwise, this expected decision maintains the fundamental antitrust safeguards for the licensing of musical works -- to the benefit of copyright owners, users, and consumers -- and does not jeopardize the longstanding and successful relationship that broadcasters have had with ASCAP, BMI, and the copyright owners they represent.
ASCAP will work in approximately six Asian countries which will be defined in the first year of the programme but may include India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Burma.
THE AMERICAN Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers --better known as ASCAP --turns 100 on Feb.