Fair remuneration for audiovisual authors and performers in licensing agreements - National case studies
This annex complements the publication on “Fair remuneration for creators in exploitation contracts”. It provides a detailed analysis of the transposition of Chapter 3 of Title IV of the Directive on Copyright in the digital single market (CDSM Directive).
This note presents the main lines of the EMFA proposal – European legislation currently in preparation.
This annex to the IRIS Plus 2022-02 provides information, sources and links on the transposition of Articles 13, 16 and 17 of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive in EU, EFTA and the UK.
This note explains the European legal background for suspension of the broadcasting of RT and Sputnik in the EU.
This annex to the IRIS Plus 2022-01 provides overview tables on independence safeguards for governance of public service media in the 41 Observatory member states.
This presentation has been given by Maja Cappello as part of a roundtable discussion on the role of independent national media regulatory authorities in regaining trust in the media, organised by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
From 1 January 2021 the relations between the UK and the European Union are governed by a Trade and Cooperation Agreement, as a result of the deal that was reached in the very last days of 2020. These new rules will affect every economic sector, including the audiovisual.
Article 108(3) TFEU says the Commission must be notified in time for it to submit its comments, of any plans to grant or alter aid. In 2014, the revised General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER) considerably extended the scope of exemptions from prior notification of state aid granted to companies.
During the past years, the EUIPO, acting through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, has carried out a number of studies demonstrating the economic importance of IP rights in generating economic activity and employment in the European Union. This study...
As of 1 January 2013 a public broadcasting tax, the Yle tax, replaced the television (licence) fee as the source of funding for the Finnish public service broadcaster, Yle. This article describes the new funding model and how it has worked during its 3 ½ years so far. It is an innovative tax...