GHAMRO plans to make churches pay royalties
The Ghana Music Rights Organisation has announced that it has plans to make churches in the country pay royalties for songs that are sung during services.
This announcement was made at a media workshop last week by the chairman of the organization, Rex Omar.
“We are considering that. WE are putting in place the necessary measures to let churches pay royalties because they also use musicians’ intellectual property,” he said.
GHAMRO has recently increased the fight against piracy in the music industry in Ghana.
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