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The Jamaican Association of Composers, Authors and Publishers (JACAP) is a membership organization that is the writers and publishers of music. JACAP was set up in 1998.
The Copyright Organisation of Trinidad & Tobago is a non-profit association of composers, songwriters and music publishers. Incorporated on July 10, 1984, COTT was the first national Collective Management Organisation (CMO) to be established in the Caribbean.
The Copyright Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers Incorporated (COSCAP) is a non-profit organisation which officially began operations in January 2000.
The Eastern Caribbean Copyright Organization for Music Rights Incorporated is a non-profit organisation formed on the 1st of January 2009 to replace the Hewanorra Musical Society (HMS).
The Belizean Society of Composers Authors & Publishers (BSCAP) incorporated as a non-profit organization in Belize in 2005, but actively commenced on the ground operations in 2010, representing writers, publishers, performers and producers.
All ACCS Societies follow the CISAC rules and guidelines.
The ACCS Management Committee oversees all executive functions and comprises the general managers of member CMOs.
The Board of Directors of ACCS comprises the representative directors of the member CMOs of ACCS.
If your organization is interested in becoming a member of ACCS please see attached which provides information on membership requirements including our code of conduct.
From left to right:Marcus Goffee, JIPOAnthony Gentili, SOCANDamian Bowen, COSCAPJavier Asensio, IFPILiam Donnelly, PRS for MusicShayne Ross, ECCOSteve...
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