ABBA’s Bjorn Ulveus Unveils ‘Credits Due’ Program to ‘Ensure the Right People Get Paid’ 

Bjorn Ulvaeus, co-founder of ABBA and president of CISAC, unveiled a new global initiative called “Credits Due” on Tuesday that is intended to upgrade the music industry’s payment processes. The initiative, created by the Ivors Academy and the Music Rights Awareness Foundation is intended to “unite the music industry’s approach to ensuring that complete and accurate song metadata is attached to all recordings at the point of creation.”

Source: ABBA’s Bjorn Ulveus Unveils ‘Credits Due’ Program to ‘Ensure the Right People Get Paid’ for Music

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