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OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
OIART: The Canadian Music Industry: A Structural Overview of Support Organizations
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  • 1. The Canadian Music Industry A Structural Overview of Support Organizations Presented to: OIART www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 2. www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 3. • Heritage Spaces • Official Languages • Sport • Holidays, Celebrations, and Commemorations • And…….. Arts & Cultural Industries www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 4. The Honourable James Moore The Honourable Shelly Glover www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 5. Canada Music Fund • To enhance Canadians access to a diverse range of Canadian music choices through existing and emerging media; • To increase the opportunities available for Canadian music artists and entrepreneurs to make a significant and lasting contribution to Canadian cultural expression • To ensure that Canadian music artists and entrepreneurs have the skills, know-how and tools to succeed in a global and digital environment. www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 6. Canada Music Fund • $27.6 Million per year to the industry • Currently renews every 5 years • Funding streams: – New Musical Works Component – Collective Initiatives Component – Music Entrepreneur Component – Canadian Music Memories Component www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 7. New Musical Works & Collective Initiatives & www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 8. • Funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage. In 2011 - 2012, FACTOR received $8.4 million in support. • Also funded by Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters. In 2011 – 2012, FACTOR received $10 million in Canadian Content Development support. ****(We’ll come back to this)**** • Delivers funding in the form of grants and loans to the industry, including artists. www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 9. Funding programs: – Demo/Single Recording Grant – Sound Recording Loan – Showcase Support – Tour Support – Business Development & Travel – Collective Initiatives – Marketing Support – And more www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 10. Other National Funding • Canada Council for the Arts • SOCAN Foundation • Radio Starmaker Fund • MUCHFact www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 11. Regional Funding • Provincial and Municipal Government (Ex: Ontario Ministry of Tourism Culture & Sport) • Provincial/Regional Funding Bodies Provide funding for artists/industry within their region (Ex: Ontario Arts Council, Ontario Media Development Corp (OMDC), Manitoba Film & Music, Toronto Arts Council, London Arts Council, etc. • Many programs similar to FACTOR & CC, IE: tour support, business development, recording, etc. www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 12. Ontario Music Fund • New fund announced by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, & Sport • To provide $45 Million over 3 years to the industry in Ontario • Newly appointed: currently developing the fund in terms of structure, administration, eligibility, etc www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 13. Canadian Independent Music Association www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 14. • Formerly CIRPA, Canadian Independent Record Production Association. • National trade association which has represented the English language, Canadian-owned sector of the music industry for 47 years. • Membership-based; members are small- to medium-sized businesses (labels, management, distributors, etc). • Traditionally, artists have not been members www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 15. • Main activities include – Advocacy & Government Relations – Export & International Business Development – Promoting Canadian Music – Education & Support within the sector • Trade missions to international markets and conferences, including SXSW, MIDEM, Great Escape, as well as CMW and other domestic events www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 16. Advocacy • Speaking with one voice on behalf of the independent music sector • Issues that affect all participants within the sector, such as copyright reform, funding policy, CANCON, and Canadian Content Development (CCD) www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 17. Canadian Content Development • All private commercial radio stations must make a financial contribution toward the development of Canadian content, as per the Broadcasting act. • Administered by the CRTC • Contribution levels: a) Licensees with revenues <$625,000 = $500 b) Licensees with revenues between $625,000 - $1,250,000 = $1,000 c) Licensees with revenues > $1,250,000 = $1,000 plus 0.5% of those revenues that exceed $1,250,000. www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 18. Canadian Content Development • Of CCD money – 60% to FACTOR, remainder to another CCD initiative, if a) or b) – 45% to FACTOR, 15% to Community Radio Fund, remainder to another CCD initiative, if c) • Tangible Benefits: – Upon purchase/acquisition of another radio station, 6% of transaction must go to CCD. 1.5% of this must go to FACTOR, 3% to Radio Starmaker, 1% to other eligible CCD initiative, and 0.5% to Community Radio Fund www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 19. Other National Support/Trade Organizations • Music Managers Forum Canada • Songwriters Association of Canada • Music Canada (formerly CRIA) • SOCAN • Canadian Music Publishers Association • Folk Music Canada • … and many others www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 20. Regional MIAs www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 21. Regional MIAs • Grew out of regional representation for FACTOR • Membership based • Provide education, information, resources, and support for artists and industry • Promote regional activities on a national international stages • Localized funding for artists and industry www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 22. Missing? www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 23. • Division of CIMA • Mission to provide education, information, resources and support to the music industry within Ontario • Focused on providing services and support, with an eye on export • Regional advocacy issues www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 24. Services – Much like other MIAs: Workshops, consultation, informational resources, general support. – Creative and business opportunities for artists & industry – Networking – Export development – Partnerships and discounts www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 25. Other Organizations Of Note • SOCAN • Re:Sound – MROC – ACTRA/RACS – AVLA • AFM Canada/CFM (Union) • CARAS • Regional niche orgs (OCFF, Toronto Blues Society, etc) www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 26. Other Organizations Of Note Counselling, emergency relief, and benefit programs for the Canadian music community who face personal or professional challenges due to hardship, illness, unemployment or economic difficulties. www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca
  • 27. www.music-ontario.ca | info@music-ontario.ca

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