The ECL-model in it´s Nordic         context Copyright and Collective licensing           Lars Grönquist
ABOUT COPYSWEDECopyswede manages the rights and make agreements regarding:• simultaneous and unaltered retransmission    –...
COPYSWEDEs member organisationsNordic Copyright       The Swedish              Visual Copyright inBureau (NCB)           P...
COPYSWEDEs partners  • The Union of Broadcasting Organisations  in Sweden (UBOS)  • The International Federation of the  P...
COPYRIGHT AND COLLECTIVE LICENSING  - Copyright is an individual right  - In an complex media situation – it is  important...
COPYRIGHT AND COLLECTIVE LICENSING                     Authors                       and       member        member       ...
The Extended Collective License -In the Swedish Copyright Act:• Broadcasting of certain categories of works• Reprographic ...
The Extended Collective License -In the Swedish Copyright Act:• Broadcasting of certain categories of works• Reprographic ...
Cable-TV (retransmission)Primary licensees:• Cable operators• Hotels, camping grounds and rental cottages• Schools and org...
Cable-TV (retransmission)The license• Standard agreements• Remuneration: certainamount per channel/household/month
The ECL within Copyswedes activities   - Makes licensing possible in certain   areas of use
The ECL within Copyswedes activitiesSafeguards for non-representedrightholders• non-members must be treated asmembers,• bu...
DISTRIBUTION - Ability to distribute the remunerations to the rightholders
DISTRIBUTIONRetransmission revenue - Distributions agreements with co-operation partners - The Copyswede share is allocate...
Private copying levy• Copies for private purposes allowed by law – 12 § Copyright Act• One or a few copies of works that a...
Lars GrönquistIndustrigatan 2 A, 112 46 Stockholmtel 08-545 667 00, fax 08-667 88 11info@copyswede.se www.copyswede.se
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The ECL-model in it ́s Nordic context Copyright and Collective licensing

  1. 1. The ECL-model in it´s Nordic context Copyright and Collective licensing Lars Grönquist
  2. 2. ABOUT COPYSWEDECopyswede manages the rights and make agreements regarding:• simultaneous and unaltered retransmission – by cable and by air• collection of the statutory private copying levy• recording for educational purposesCopyswede also represents authors and performers rightsregarding:• videogram publication of TV programmesand manage• individual distribution of collected remunerations and levies
  3. 3. COPYSWEDEs member organisationsNordic Copyright The Swedish Visual Copyright inBureau (NCB) Playwrights Union Sweden (BUS)The Swedish Artists The Swedish Union for The Association ofand Musicians’ Interest Theatre, Artists and Swedish ProfessionalOrganization (SAMI) Media (TF) PhotographersThe Swedish The Swedish Union of The Association ofPerforming Rights Journalists Swedish IllustratorsSociety (STIM)The Swedish The Swedish Writers’ The Association ofMusicians’ Union Union Swedish Craftsmen and Designers (KIF)The Swedish The Association ofFederation of Authors of EducationalProfessional Musicians Material(SYMF)
  4. 4. COPYSWEDEs partners • The Union of Broadcasting Organisations in Sweden (UBOS) • The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Swedish Group • The Swedish Film Producers Rights Federation (FRF)
  5. 5. COPYRIGHT AND COLLECTIVE LICENSING - Copyright is an individual right - In an complex media situation – it is important to safeguard the individual copyright
  6. 6. COPYRIGHT AND COLLECTIVE LICENSING Authors and member member member organisatio organisatio organisatio which make user user user PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC
  7. 7. The Extended Collective License -In the Swedish Copyright Act:• Broadcasting of certain categories of works• Reprographic reproduction for internalinformation in enterprises, organizations etc.• Making copies for educational purposes, e.g.reprographic reproduction and recording of radio-and TV-programmes for educational use• Libraries and archives communication of certainworks to the public• Simultaneous and unaltered retransmission ofradio and TV programmes• Re-use of the Broadcasters archives
  8. 8. The Extended Collective License -In the Swedish Copyright Act:• Broadcasting of certain categories of works• Reprographic reproduction for internalinformation in enterprises, organizations etc.• Making copies for educational purposes, e.g.reprographic reproduction and recording of radio-and TV-programmes for educational use• Libraries and archives communication of certainworks to the public• Simultaneous and unaltered retransmission ofradio and TV programmes• Re-use of the Broadcasters archives
  9. 9. Cable-TV (retransmission)Primary licensees:• Cable operators• Hotels, camping grounds and rental cottages• Schools and organizations for internal use
  10. 10. Cable-TV (retransmission)The license• Standard agreements• Remuneration: certainamount per channel/household/month
  11. 11. The ECL within Copyswedes activities - Makes licensing possible in certain areas of use
  12. 12. The ECL within Copyswedes activitiesSafeguards for non-representedrightholders• non-members must be treated asmembers,• but have always the right to individualremuneration• and the right to prohibit the use underECL (except regarding retransmission)
  13. 13. DISTRIBUTION - Ability to distribute the remunerations to the rightholders
  14. 14. DISTRIBUTIONRetransmission revenue - Distributions agreements with co-operation partners - The Copyswede share is allocated among the channels - Foreign channels revenue – transferred to organizations in the county of origin (according to reciprocal agreements), - and Copyswede receive payment from foreign countries - Individual distribution to each of the rightholders
  15. 15. Private copying levy• Copies for private purposes allowed by law – 12 § Copyright Act• One or a few copies of works that are made publicPrivate Copying Levy 26 k-m §§:• ”businessman that manufactures or imports into this country”• ”products especially suitable for the making of copies of soundand moving images of works for private purposes”• The authors and performers ”have a right to remuneration”
  16. 16. Lars GrönquistIndustrigatan 2 A, 112 46 Stockholmtel 08-545 667 00, fax 08-667 88 11info@copyswede.se www.copyswede.se

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