Two EU culture committees have voted in favour of addressing the ‘value gap’ in the digital music market to bring fairer remuneration for music creators and rightsholders.
Leading lights from the world's creative industries are to gather at a UNESCO conference to explore the transfer of value and the challenges it brings to creators around the globe.
Music creators and leading figures from the world’s collecting societies have come together to urge governments to address the growing ‘value gap’ in the digital space.
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Global royalties for creators have grown for the third consecutive year to hit a new high of €8.6 billion (£7.35bn), a new report has revealed.
CISAC has acknowledged that the European Commission’s copyright reforms are a ‘step in the right direction’ for the digital single market.
CISAC has expressed concern over the US Department of Justice decision not to modify licensing ‘consent decrees’ which govern US collecting societies.
The International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC) has announced the results of its 2016 elections for president, vice presidents and board of directors.
Global music royalties have reached €6.9bn, according to the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC) - but creators are still ‘the weakest link’ in the digital music market says its director general.
CISAC president and electronic producer Jean Michel Jarre has called on the United Nations (UN) to pledge support for the rights of creators around the world.