In a major coup for Cape Town the CEO for SAMRO is speaking at #MEX22 on Sat 5th Nov
Mark Rosin is the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Rosin assumed the top position in February 2020. Mark will speak about SAMRO and the Road map forward – The detailed Programme is below
Mark holds an LLB specialising in corporate, media and entertainment law from the University of the Witwatersrand.
Rosin’s career in media and entertainment spans more than three decades, during which he has represented South African and international music industry clients in litigation and commercial matters. As an attorney he represented music publishers, composers, recording artists, recording companies, live concert promoters and visiting international artists.
From 2011 until the first quarter of 2019, Rosin was employed by eMedia Investments, home of e.tv, eNCA and Openview in various roles, holding the position of Group Chief Operating Officer since 2014.
Prior to his appointment at SAMRO, he was operating as a freelance legal and business affairs consultant.
Under Mark’s leadership, SAMRO has seen a significant increase in revenue from music users, in part because SAMRO signed more favourable contracts with them. This has resulted in higher royalty payouts to our members.