CCS Rights Management was started with the goal to create a global company that would be able to collect, monitor and administer all of a writer’s and artist’s rights. Initially started as a publishing company, CCS Rights Management now encompasses a full suite of collection rights beyond traditional music publishing including, sync and licensing, ancillary and digital rights, retransmission rights and neighbouring rights.
This year, we are proud to be celebrating our 10th Anniversary and continue to strive toward building a network that allows those it represents to generate income from as many crossed avenues as possible.
On behalf of CCS, Wielonda has established direct strong global representation and direct affiliations with rights management organizations in 30 territories, effectively reducing multiple administrative fees that can be incurred when multiple organizations are involved. CCS provides best-in-class, hands-on administration services for artists, record labels, musicians and performers, film and TV studios and production companies.
CCS has been built on providing its artists, writers, performers and IP owners the best-in-class administration, creative service and hands on care as possible. In a world of corporate buyouts, selling/buying artist shares and other races to the largest payout, CCS has always been about taking care of the copyrights that have been entrusted to them. CCS continues to believe in the creative process, a hands-on approach, scaling staff to the number of copyrights it handles and that every copyright and every song has value.
CCS is a global company that collects and works with neighbouring rights collectives directly, ensuring harmonized pay for its performers, quarterly statements and payments. CCS will continue to provide its performers with quality administration and personal care. The companies long term goal will be to continue to advocate for better rates worldwide and to push for neighbouring rights regimes in territories they currently do not exist, in particular the United States. It will do so through its association with IAFAR. IAFAR’s mission is to be the focal point for education and advocacy of neighbouring rights and providing a community for those working in this segment of the music industry.