ASCAP Members Urged to Notify Society of Change of Address and Emergency Contact Information
We know many of you ASCAP members are on the move, literally. That is why we can't stress enough how important it is for you to notify ASCAP when you have a change of address. We want to make sure you continue to receive announcements and correspondence from the Society, not to mention any royalty payments you've earned.
The easiest way to change your address is to login to ASCAP Member Access where you can update your address and also do much more.
You can still print the Change of Address Form below, fill in the correct information, sign and mail or fax it to ASCAP.
Download Printable Change of Address Form Here
EMERGENCY CONTACT FORM
We also encourage our members to complete the Emergency Contact Form.
There are times when ASCAP does not have current contact information for you; or would like to contact the representatives of your estate in the event of your passing.
To the extent possible, ASCAP would like to ensure that you and your legal successors continue to receive all correspondence from ASCAP, not to mention your hard-earned royalty earnings, without interruption due to unforeseen circumstances. It is important for ASCAP to have information of close family, friends, business representatives, or others to contact in the case of such emergencies. We encourage you to complete the Emergency Contact Form at your earliest opportunity and send it to ASCAP.
Download Printable Emergency Contact Form Here
* Please note that if you are an affiliate of The Harry Fox Agency, you must also notify them of your new information
Click here to notify The Harry Fox Agency
For your own protection, change requests must be in writing and signed by the member, as no changes can be accepted by phone or email. For individual writer members, this means your personal signature is needed. For a publisher member, you need to have the signature of the designated representative as noted in ASCAP's records. If you need to change both your writer and publisher address information, please submit one form for each.
Harry Fox Agency-Affiliated Publishers MIA: Can You Help Find Them?
The Harry Fox Agency, Inc. (HFA), the leading mechanical rights agency in the U.S., represents over 27,000 publishers. Over time, some of them change their addresses and forget to provide forwarding information. While HFA does their best to track them down, there are some that they have been unable to reach. HFA has asked ASCAP for your help. Please take a moment of your time to go to www.harryfox.com/publisher/infoUpdate.html and let HFA know if you can provide any information that would help to locate any of the entities on the site.