Boilerplates for Media
Screenrights (screen industry messages)
Screenrights is a non-profit member organisation that licenses various uses of screen and radio content and distributes money from these licences to rightsholders. The money collected is paid based on agreements in place – rightsholders can include producers, broadcasters, distributors, writers, composers, music publishers, directors, artists and others. Screenrights is a leader in the audiovisual industries, forging dynamic connections between screen industry and screen audiences. www.screenrights.org
Screenrights (screen audiences messages)
Screenrights is a non-profit organisation that licenses educational institutions to copy screen and radio content. Nearly all schools, universities and some TAFEs in Australia have a Screenrights licence. The fees they pay for the licence are distributed to the rightsholders in the programs they use. For more information about the licence go to www.screenrights.org
EnhanceTV helps educators teach with television and film in the classroom. It is an online service providing information on educational broadcasts, a store for purchasing copied programs, and a web streaming service – EnhanceTV Direct. Purchases from EnhanceTV can only be made by institutions with a Screenrights licence. www.enhancetv.com.au EnhanceTV is a subsidiary of Screenrights, which is a not-for-profit organisation that licenses the use of educational audiovisual content in Australian schools, universities and TAFEs.
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Screenrights and Foxtel Management Pty Ltd Copyright Tribunal Case (Ct1 of 2010) view case here.
Singtel Optus Pty Ltd v National Rugby League Investments Pty Ltd, view case here.
These submissions have been made by Screenrights to government and parliament in Australia and New Zealand, generally in response to inquiries.