Representatives of the Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights (ECCO), recently had a discussion on the requirements and regulations needed to be followed to legally play music at public events.
The organization protects and represents the music rights of songwriters and composers worldwide including St. Kitts and Nevis. During the discussion, they encouraged songwriters and composers to become members of the organization where they could submit their creations and protect themselves.
Giving more information about the membership process was Licensing Agent, Ms. Grace Richardson:
She also spoke on the responsibility of individuals or groups holding public events using music to attain licensing and possible repercussions if one failed to do so: