Tag: article 13
IFPI head talks EU Copyright Directive, China, Africa and if labels are still necessary (spoiler: she thinks they are)
IFPI CEO Frances Moore has been in the job for eight years now and spoke to Billboard about the organisation’s biggest concerns (yes, the “value gap”/EU Copyright Directive is high among them) and where the next waves...
October 15, 2018
Report 418: Article of faith
This report looks at the aftermath of the recent Article 13 vote in the European Parliament. We’ve talked to several of the music bodies who were most involved in the lobbying process to find out what they think the...
October 15, 2018
Digital Music Europe calls for more regulation of big-tech platforms
Europe's new copyright directive - Article 13 and all that - isn't the only way legislators are getting involved in some of the big debates around the music industry.
September 18, 2018
Article 13 passed by European Parliament – what happens next?
As we reported yesterday, the European Parliament voted to pass the much-discussed Article 13 of its European Copyright Directive yesterday, with 438 MEPs voting in favour of the article focused on internet platforms and...
September 13, 2018
Article 13 approved by European Parliament by 438 votes to 226
MEPs have voted to pass the much-discussed Article 13 of the European Copyright Directive. Of the 751 politicians voting on the directive today in Strasbourg, 438 voted in favour, 226 against and 39 abstained. The news...
September 12, 2018
Music bodies make final push ahead of Article 13 vote today
Today’s the day for the crucial vote in the European Parliament on copyright reform, including the much-discussed Article 13 – which is being presented by music bodies as the means to fix the ‘value gap’ between music...
September 12, 2018
NMPA boss says it’s ‘now or never’ for Music Modernization Act
In Europe, the lobbying is intensifying around Article 13 and copyright reform, but in the US there’s also a heightening of the industry pressure for politicians to get a move on with passing the Music Modernization Act...
September 11, 2018
Wyclef on Article 13: ‘Don’t tear down the building: be the landlord’
Fugees co-founder Wyclef Jean has added his voice to the debate around European copyright reform – and he’s weighing in on the side of YouTube and other internet platforms. “The truth here is that there’s no ‘value...
September 10, 2018
YouTube enlists its creators to campaign against EC’s Article 13
This month, the European Parliament will have a fuller debate and a new vote on its plans for copyright reform, including the much-discussed Article 13, which will cover safe harbour for internet platforms.
September 5, 2018
European copyright vote stalls progress of Article 13
If this week has felt like a bit too much European policymaking at the top of this bulletin, apologies. But the debate around the draft Copyright Directive, and particularly its Article 13, is something that’s being watched...
July 6, 2018
Article 13 lobbying goes up to the wire – so what next?
Today sees the crucial European Parliament vote on the proposed new EU Copyright Directive, including the ‘Article 13’ that’s been the focus of so much attention for the music industry. Lobbying around the proposed...
July 5, 2018
Music bodies up lobbying efforts ahead of crucial Article 13 vote
It’s now one day until a crucial vote in the European Parliament on the EU’s draft Copyright Directive, and music bodies are leading the charge of creative industries in urging politicians to support the proposed legislation...
July 4, 2018