Month: February 2022

Nuela Charles, Caveboy win 2021 HER Music Awards

$5,000 prize to each, presented by SOCAN Foundation

Notice of Intent to Withdraw Proposed Tariff

Under the Copyright Act

SOCAN’s James Leacock presents digital licensing overview on new platform

Canadian IP Voices podcast, blog post, discuss how copyright...

Laura Roy goes from small-town roots to Grammy nominations

DIY singer-songwriter gets onto a Doja Cat album

Apply now for $25,000 Top of the Country music competition

Winner will participate in SOCAN song camp

NOBRO: As if the world no longer existed

“Rock is a way of life. When you love it, you play it, no ...

Phoque Off 2022 : The Metaverse Edition!

SOCAN mourns the loss of The Sadies’ Dallas Good

Singer-songwriter, guitarist passes away suddenly at age 48

#ComposersWhoScore : Three to Watch

Anaïs Larocque, Evan MacDonald, Benoit Groulx

Digital Broadcasters are seizing market share

Why Broadcasting Act reform must happen now, Part 2

Ma première Place des Arts launches 2022 edition

Twenty-four contestants announced

Want to participate in the 2022 edition of M For Montréal?

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Twenty-eight SOCAN members earn Canadian Screen Awards 2022 nominations

All nominees in Best Original Music, Non-Fiction category ar...

Jade Eagleson: From the farm to the Top 10

“Co-writing levels your game up,” says country star

Cameron Kennedy joins SOCAN as Director, Creative

Ensuring that the needs of our members continue to come firs...

SOCAN Town Hall allows composers to better navigate the digital landscape

Our representatives answer dozens of questions during two-ho...

Young Mohawk singer-songwriter noelle gives us “Therapy”

Signed to Wax Records, she releases debut EP 30K

Ariane Roy: Betraying her age

“These songs offer extreme scrutiny of who I am”

Royalties for digital play in Canada are 69% less for Canadian songwriters, composers

Why Broadcasting Act reform must happen now, Part 1

Canadians agree: Online streaming companies should promote music made in Canada

More than two-thirds agree with this sentiment