IMRO board members resign

The two highest-ranking board members of the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO), the organisation that collects royalties from the public playing of copyrighted music, have resigned after disagreeing with other board members.

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Ian Kehoe

16th December, 2006

The two highest-ranking board members of the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO), the organisation that collects royalties from the public playing of copyrighted music, have resigned after disagreeing with other board members.

Clare musician Mike Hanrahan and music executive Barbara Galavan tendered their resignations from the board last Wednesday. Hanrahan had been IMRO’s chairman since 2000, while Galavan was vice-chairman for almost six years.

Hanrahan and Galavan have had a number of disagreements with...

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