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ANANDASHANKAR MAZUMDAR: Good afternoon, and thank you for joining the United States Copyright Office for todays webinar on Group Registration for Works on an Album of Music. My name is Anandashankar Mazumdar with the Office of Public Information and Education. Today well be discussing the new group registration option for works published on an album of music, known as GRAM. The Office introduced this new group registration option on March 26th. Our goal for today is to provide information about this option, and highlight the related resources that will be posted on the Copyright Offices website. We will reserve time for questions and answers at the end. You can submit a question during the webinar by using the QA panel accessed by clicking the QA icon at the bottom of the Zoom screen. We will answer questions after the presentations are complete. However, we might not answer all of the submitted questions during the webinar. The session is being recorded. All participants are