FAIR INTERNET Coalition statement to European Parliament

On 11 January 2017, the FAIR INTERNET Coalition released a press statement calling on MEPs to make the necessary amendments to the draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market in order to rebalance copyright and guarantee a fair remuneration from streaming and download services.

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AEPO-ARTIS Seminar “EU Copyright Acquis: 25 years of harmonisation. What is working for performers and what is not? ” - Press Release

AEPO-ARTIS, held its annual seminar dedicated to “EU Copyright Acquis: 25 years of harmonisation. What is working for performers and what is not?” on 7 November 2018

 

 

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The draft directive: no improvement for performers

Understanding the impact of imbalanced contracts on the remuneration that performers (don't) receive for the use of their performances online. Discover the solution to this problem.

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Proposition de directive: pas d'amélioration pour les artistes

Aujourd'hui, le recours massif aux plateformes en ligne pour le streaming et la vod ne génère quasiment aucun revenu pour les artistes interprètes.

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The draft directive: no improvement for performers (German version)

Understanding the impact of imbalanced contracts on the remuneration that performers (don't) receive for the use of their performances online. Discover the solution to this problem.

(German version)

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The FAIR INTERNET Coalition proposal for the fair remuneration of performers

In the digital age, performances are made available on a massive scale on demand. Most performers receive no additional payment when their performances are used in the online environment. Indeed, more and more entities benefit from the use of these performances, without giving anything back to those who contributed to them.

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Danish actress Sofie Gråbøl supports the FAIR INTERNET Campaign

Danish actress Sofie Gråbøl expresses her support for the FAIR INTERNET Campaign

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FAIR INTERNET Campaign Event

On 5 December 2016, AEPO-ARTIS and key representatives of the FAIR INTERNET campaign, gathered at the Solvay Library in Brussels, to take stock of the Commission’s draft Directive on Copyright with European Commission officials, Members of the European Parliament and Member States’ representatives.

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National Media Briefing: Germany

On 21 November 2017, the partners in the FAIR INTERNET Campaign with the support of AEPO-ARTIS member GVL held a German Media Briefing at the Renaissance Hotel in Brussels.

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AEPO-ARTIS Seminar - Post Copyright Directive: What performers’ rights protection in the future?

The Association of European Performers’ Organisations, AEPO-ARTIS, held its annual seminar on 7 November 2018 dedicated to the subject “Post Copyright Directive: What performers’ rights protection in the future?”

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Music sector joins together to call for EU and national investment to address current crisis and promote diversity.

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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FAIR INTERNET coalition meets with Commissioner Gabriel calling for stronger legislative protection for performers

Exchanging with Commissioner Gabriel today, AEPO-ARTIS, FIA, FIM and IAO shared with her what they consider the European Commission’s key priorities should be in order to strengthen performers’ protection and enable them to envisage fulfilling professional careers.

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THE FAIR INTERNET COALITION URGES DECISION-MAKERS TO CONFIRM THE TRILOGUE DEAL AND APPROVE THE COPYRIGHT DIRECTIVE AS A FIRST STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

The FAIR INTERNET coalition urges the Council and the Parliament to give their final approval to the compromise agreement reached at trilogue on the draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market.

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Why performers' remuneration rights and their collective management are important

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