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IP Law – Page 32 – Liz Lenjo
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IP Law

Collecting Royalties from the Decks

Last year around November 13th, there was a fire that was lit on twitter, a fiery discourse between disk jockeys whom we popularly know as DJs and MCSK. The trouble began to brew when the collective management society Music Copyright of Kenya (MCSK) announced the increase in the Public Performance License that is issued to DJs for the music that they play. It brought to my attention that a good number of DJs and the public as well do not seem to understand what MCSK’s role is with regards to collection of royalties in Kenya. In a nutshell, MCSK is a registered Collective Management Organization (CMO) mandated under the...

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