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The Canadian Retransmission Collective (CRC) and Producers Audiovisual Collective of Canada (PACC) are two copyright collectives founded by the Canadian Media Producers Association. They offer a service to Canadian producers, on a not-for-profit basis, to collect and distribute royalties for specified uses of their audiovisual works.  In setting up these organizations, CMPA understood that it can be difficult and time consuming for rightsholders to manage and monitor all uses of their rights, particularly those outside Canada. Collective management of rights, on a not-for-profit basis, is an efficient and cost-effective way to ensure that Canadian copyright owners receive the maximum revenue promptly. CRC administers Canadian-territory retransmission royalties. PACC works with all countries outside Canada whose laws make it possible for Canadian rightsholders to collect various secondary-use royalties, and tap into new sources around the world as they become available to Canadians.  Please contact CRC at www.crc-scrc.ca and PACC at www.pacc.ca to learn more about the services these two companies provide and how you can benefit from them.

The CMPA also founded ISAN Canada. ISAN is a global numbering system for audiovisual (AV) works, a standard approved under ISO (International Organization for Standardization). A simple, unique and permanent identifier that can be read by anyone and processed by any system around the world.

 

Canadian Retransmission Collective (CRC)


CRC


For more information, and to find out how to collect any retransmission royalties due to you:

Visit www.crc-scrc.ca

Contact:
Patricia Turner
Manager, Affiliate Relations
turner@crc-scrc.ca

 

Founded by the CMPA, the CRC collects and distributes Canadian-territory retransmission royalties on behalf of Canadian independent producers and others worldwide. These royalties are collected from retransmitters – such as cable and satellite companies – who profit from providing broadcast signals to their customers.

• CRC has distributed $225 million to rightsholders

• CRC is a not-for-profit with operating costs as a % of revenues consistently low – only 8% on average

• CRC represents over 6,000 rightsholders worldwide and remits royalties to about 1/4 each year

• CRC tracks annually programming on nearly 200 retransmitted off-air broadcast signals

• CRC researches well over 1.7 million hours of programming annually

Did you know?

Since 1997, CRC has advanced well over $1.5 million to CMPA for their work in copyright through the CRC Support Fund.  These support payments increase as royalties collected by CRC increase.


Producers Audiovisual Collective of Canada (PACC)


PACC


For more information and to find out how to collect royalties due you from outside Canada:

Visit www.pacc.ca

Contact:
Vanda Macura
Affiliate Relations
macura@pacc.ca





Founded by the CMPA, PACC offers a royalty collection service, on a not-for-profit basis, to secure all available secondary-use royalties for Canadian producers.  PACC is mandated by approximately 450 Canadian producers and collects from, among others, Australia, Finland, Germany, Latin America, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom. 

The licensing and exploitation of film and television works outside Canada gives rise to a number of different royalties from secondary uses.  PACC collects these on behalf of Canadians and they include:

Sale of blank audiovisual media and devices (private copy)

Rental and lending of video recordings

Exhibition or public performance

Educational copying and performance in the classroom

PACC is a sister collective to the CRC, sharing management and office space with CRC.


 ISAN Canada

 

ISAN

For more information and to find out how you can benefit from ISAN:

Visit www.isan.ca

Contact:
Rose St. Pierre
Director of Operations
st-pierre@isan.ca

Founded by the CMPA and incorporated as a not-for-profit in August 2007, ISAN Canada issues the ISAN identifier to Canadians and authorizes them as registrants and readers of the ISAN central database.

ISAN is a global numbering system for audiovisual (AV) works, a standard approved under ISO (International Organization for Standardization). A simple, unique and permanent identifier that can be read by anyone and processed by any system around the world.

ISAN was created by experts in the audiovisual industry to meet the needs of creators, owners, duplicators, distributors, and consumers of AV content. It offers tremendous benefits in the administration of rights, permissions, and payments.

ISAN Canada has over 1,200 registered users, most of them Canadian production companies. Broadcasters, distributors, agents, funding agencies, collecting societies, government organizations, and industry associations also register and rely on ISAN numbers.

ISAN Canada offers a 50% discount on the account setup fee for CMPA members. Please log into the members' only section to access the form.