“Ghanaian Churches to Start Paying Music Royalties”, GHAMRO

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Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) has asked the general public and the media alike to help them help build a vibrant music industry, as well, they have questioned music usage in the churches and how they can curb its usage so those using them, start to pay royalties to owners. “Unfortunately in our part of the world dealing with the church is very delicate so we is putting measures in place on how to approach church royalties and very soon the public will hear from us.” Rex Omar, GHAMRO Chief told us.

According to the information made available to us, most of the challenges bedeviling the organization would be addressed through education; also building the capacity of the media would help educate commercial users of music to pay for the use.

We gathered that the new board of GHAMRO would organize its maiden Annual General Meeting on July 27, 2017 at the Great Hall of KNUST in Kumasi.

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