DSA – Plenary holds cards to building a safer internet

With the upcoming plenary vote, the European Parliament can still turn the DSA into an opportunity for the EU to play a global role in making the internet a safer space for everyone.

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Collective Management Organisations Temper the Impact of Covid on Performers

AEPO-ARTIS and SCAPR publish outcome of their joint study on impact of Covid-19 on performers

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Creative and cultural sectors express serious concerns over the Council's general approach on the Digital Services Act (DSA)

As part of a broad coalition of 24 cultural and creative organisations, AEPO-ARTIS co-signed the following statement to express the sector’s concerns over the Council’s general approach on the Digital Services Act adopted earlier today. Read the full statement.

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UK Parliament publishes "Copyright (Rights and Remuneration of Musicians, Etc.) Bill"

Kevin Brennan MP's Private Member's Bill published today by the UK Parliament

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AEPO-ARTIS co-signs letter concerning discussions on the Digital Services Act in the European Parliament and Council

AEPO-ARTIS co-signs letter concerning discussions on the Digital Services Act in the European Parliament and in the Council

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CULT’s Opinion on the Intellectual Property Action Plan sends the Commission a positive sign for performers

CULT's Opinion on the Intellectual Property Action Plan: A positive sign for performers 

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CMU study: “Performer Payments from Streaming”

CMU study: “Performer Payments from Streaming” now published

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Why performers' remuneration rights and their collective management are important (avec des sous-titres en français)

New video available now!

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Video: why performers' remuneration rights and their collective management are important.

The importance of performers' remuneration rights and their collective management!

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Follow Up: Webinar "Collective management: A safety net for authors and performers"

Follow Up: Webinar "Collective management: A safety net for authors and performers"

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Performers and audiovisual authors call on Member States to entrust Collective Management Organisations to manage their royalties

The views of 12 European performers and filmmakers on the implementation of Article 18 of the Copyright Directive

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European collective management organisations and their members come together to discuss how to secure fair remuneration for performers and audiovisual authors.

 

 

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Webinar Invitation "Collective management: A safety net for authors and performers"

INVITATION: Collective management: A safety net for authors and performers

17 March 2021, 11:00-12:30 (CET)

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European Parliament calls on Member States to implement article 18 DSM in a meaningful way

European Parliament calls on Member States to implement article 18 DSM in a meaningful way

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View the AEPO-ARTIS Webinar: Performers and performers’ rights: How can we create a sustainable creative eco-system in Europe?

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AEPO-ARTIS Online Seminar Concludes That Member States Must Rebalance The Streaming Market In Favour Of Performers By Introducing Unwaivable Remuneration Rights

 

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AEPO-ARTIS co-signs Letter To The European Commission On Behalf Of Europe’s Cultural And Creative Sectors

AEPO-ARTIS co-signs statement calling for EU and national investment to address the current COVID-19 crisis and promote diversity.

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AEPO-ARTIS Webinar - Performers and performers' rights: How can we create a sustainable creative eco-system in Europe?

 

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