Hang on, a story about YouTube, PROs and songwriters that doesn’t involve any handbags at dawn? Yep. YouTube has joined CISAC, Sacem and PRS for Music – as well as startup Auddly – in backing the expansion of the Stockholm Songwriting Camp initiative. The Swedish gathering of songwriters is expanding to Paris in September then London in October, with Australia, Asia and the US on the future agenda. “We’re pleased to support this initiative and look forward to helping more songwriters to connect and build up their knowledge of YouTube,” said YouTube’s head of international music partnerships Christophe Muller. Related: Auddly’s Niclas Molinder: “We will always stay neutral and want to use Songwriting Camps to open up for industry discussions. We think it’s important to make room for conversation that will educate and enlighten, rather than shutting doors.”

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