YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has given a glimpse of the lobbying angle that parent company Google will use in the months to come to fight against the European Union’s proposed Copyright Directive. In a blogpost, the executive urged “creators” who are us.
(Español) El polémico texto, aprobado con 438 votos a favor y 226 en contra, da un paso más para convertirse en directiva.
Today, Europe has made a historic step, which undoubtedly is the trigger for other territories: The European Parliament has approved the proposal for reform of copyright on the Internet today.
Today Directors UK launches its new report on gender inequality among directors working in UK television. We reveal that despite the promise of action, the gender gap continues to widen…
After the well-attended annual conference of Writers and Directors Worldwide held in Algeria last April, the Writers and Directors Worldwide Executive Committee meets again, this time in the city of Moscow, Russia, next October.
The creators of the entire world, deeply regret that the Plenary of the European Parliament has not endorsed the JURI report on the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market. Today more than ever, the united Authors will be strengthened to find a principle of equity and proportional remuneration for the authors and the exploitation of their works.
The European Parliament is preparing to vote on one of the most important pieces of legislation for creators from all artistic fields in the last 20 years.
Creators’ signatures are needed now on EU proposals that will impact on authors globally.
28 European Parliament Ministers of Culture called upon to seize opportunity for fair remuneration for film and audiovisual authors