French Music Creators and Publishers Co-Sign “Code of Good Practice” to Forge Significant New Relationship

On 4 October 2017, the ECSA members SNAC, UCMF and UNAC joined the publishers’ organisations CSDEM, CEMF and ULM under the auspices of France’s culture minister, Françoise Nyssen to sign a “Code of Good Practice for the Publishing of Musical Works”.

Among the signatories was ECSA board member Jean-Marie Moreau.

The code of good conduct aims to govern and ameliorate the contractual relations music creators have with publishers.

ECSA encourages its’ members to establish similar code of conducts with the respective music publisher association.

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