There is no need to start another account. Simply click on "Forgot your password?" on the registration home page. Enter the membership code of the account that you had previously created. The password that was established when the account was created will be sent to the e-mail address that was provided to ASCAP at the time the account was created.
Please log in to Title Registration and watch our online video tutorials. The videos will walk you through the registration process step by step.
In order to activate your web registration account, you will need the following information:
There are a few reasons why you may not be able to activate your account.
You can only submit a revision through the web to a work that was originally registered by you online. To revise either the entitled party or share information for a work originally registered through the web, click on "View/Edit an Existing Title" on the navigation bar; click on the appropriate screen title on the location bar; edit as appropriate and click on Submit. If the change(s) you submit instruct(s) ASCAP to delete an entitled party other than yourself or reduce the share of another entitled party, ASCAP may require signed correspondence from that party confirming the change.
You may log into Member Access and submit changes to your account (ex: Address, Contact Information, General Profile Information).
Changes to a work(s) in your catalog that was not registered by you as a writer or your publisher should be submitted as a "Member Service Inquiry" through Member Access. You will be assigned an inquiry number and notified when the changes have been updated.
Titles should only be registered once. Avoid creating any duplicate registrations that may require manual intervention and delay processing by using one primary account. If you are both an ASCAP writer and a publisher member, you may choose one account to register titles. ASCAP recommends that the publisher membership be used if you are the publisher of the work. If your work is not self-published, it is preferred that the work be registered only by the publisher representing your interest. If you wish to submit a registration in this instance, you should do this through your writer membership account. Keep in mind that if your publisher has already submitted a registration, your registration is a duplicate and may require manual intervention that will delay the processing of your work.