Peermusic/Song Corp. Deal Welcomed

December 2002
Billboard;12/7/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 49, p80
Trade Publication
Reports on the acquisition of the publishing assets of bankrupt independent music group Song Corp. by Peermusic Canada in 2002. Reaction of Canadian songwriters to the acquisition; Impact of the acquisition on the position of Peermusic Canada in the Canadian music publishing sector; Problem associated with the issue of royalties for songwriters.


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