An Update From SoundExchange – 3/30/22 Webinar

| March 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

Members and guests of the Copyright Society of the South enjoyed a webinar on March 30, 2022, with guest speakers Linda Bloss-Baum and Marc Rucker of SoundExchange (  Anderson serves as VP/Government Relations & Public Affairs at SoundExchange; Rucker is Manager, Industry Engagement for the organization.  CSoS attendees received updates on SoundExchange’s latest initiatives, including the fight to create a terrestrial performance right for artists (via the American Music Fairness Act), new developments in royalties for foreign neighboring rights, developments in digital radio licensing in the US, and other key initiatives of interest to all creators and rights owners.  CSoS Board Member Colin Rushing and Chairperson Marghie Evans moderated the event.


The Copyright Society of the South was formed in 1988 in Nashville, Tennessee, consisting of music publishers, attorneys, music industry personnel, and academicians interested in the field of copyright law. Its mission is to provide a forum for study and discussion of domestic and international copyright law and other matters pertaining to the entertainment industry. It provides seminars, speakers, presentations, and the opportunity to present various points of view on subjects of interest to the membership. The Society refrains from taking a lobbying role or endorsing or sponsoring political positions or candidates.  The Society also offers a scholarship awards program for students majoring in copyright-related fields.

If you are interested in joining the Copyright Society of the South contact [email protected] or complete our membership application located on our Membership Application page (

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