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.
Jean Michel Jarre, French electronic producer and CISAC president, has called on the European Union to take more action to protect creators.
'Digital services must be made to pay – but it’s not always easy to do this'. CISAC boss Gadi Oron explains why rightsholders' online revenues have been slow to grow.
Global performing royalties have topped €6bn for the first time, according to the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC).
CIAM has published a new report calling for greater transparency surrounding the distribution of royalties from streaming services.
Gadi Oron, CISAC general counsel and expert in international copyright law, has been appointed director general of the organisation.
Olivier Hinnewinkel, Director General of CISAC, discusses the organisation’s activities in China and gives a sense of the current climate for copyright in a country renowned for its rampant piracy.
Gross royalty collections hit a new high of €7.8bn (£6.4bn) in 2012, new figures from CISAC have revealed.
The International Confederation of Authors and Composers Societies (CISAC) has opened a new office in Beijing after successfully securing the support of the Chinese authorities.
Electronic music pioneer Jean Michel Jarre has been named as the new president of the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC).