MRCSN is a non-Governmental, non-profit organization, established under the copyright law of Nepal that protects and administers the rights of authors and composers. Established in 2007, their objectives are to collect royalties for public performances of music in the first phase and the collection of mechanical royalties at a later stage. It has been successful in establishing an efficient, though small, administrative unit. It has been a provisional member of CISAC since 2008.

Music Royalty Collection Society Nepal (MRCSN) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization, established under the copyright law of Nepal that protects and administers the rights of authors and composers. Its sole interest is to collectively ensure that copyright owner’s receive every benefit provided by law. MRCSN monitors the use of the works concerned, negotiate with the prospective users, give them licenses against appropriate fees and under appropriate conditions, collect such fees and distribute among the owners of rights.

We pay royalties to our members when their work is performed, broadcast, streamed, downloaded, reproduced, played in public or used in film and TV. We support them by influencing policy, supporting and hosting awards and events, and investing in new technology to ensure we’re fit for the digital music age.

MRCSN is a Digital Rights Licensing Agency based in Kathmandu – Nepal, which collects and distributes royalties to its members, music publishers and composers. Joining MRCSN as an author or publisher member will be to your benefit because MRCSN continuously strives for excellence in efficiency when it comes to mechanical licence fee collections as well as service excellence in royalty distributions.