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Copyright Society to hold workshop on iiNet and Telstra cases
Posted on 24-02-2010
On Tuesday 2 March, CAL will be hosting an event organised by the Copyright Society, titled iiNet and Telstra: are technology cases different?.
Response to articles in the Australian from CAL's CEO
Posted on 19-02-2010
CAL's CEO Jim Alexander has expressed his concern over an article published in The Australian on Thursday 18 February 2010 .
Response to articles in the Australian from CAL's Board
Posted on 18-02-2010
CAL Board Directors James Bradley, Libby Gleeson AM and Malcolm Knox sent the following statement to the editor of The Australian.
Google Book Settlement presentation now available
Posted on 22-01-2010
The presentation slides from CAL's Google Book Settlement seminars are now available to download. .
CAL announces deadline for next round of grants from Cultural Fund
Posted on 12-01-2010
Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) has today announced that Australian creators have until 5.00 pm Sunday, 31 January 2010 to apply for grants from the next round of the Cultural Fund, which has allocated.
Google Book Settlement Seminar
Posted on 11-01-2010
CAL explains your options as the first deadline for 2010 looms.
Calendar Edition 4, 2009 now available
Posted on 24-12-2009
The fourth and final edition of Calendar for 2009 is now available online. .
CAL’s 2009 AGM
Posted on 21-12-2009
This year marks CAL’s 35th anniversary, and 20 years of distributing licence fees to members for the use of their works..
Code of Conduct Report released
As a signatory to the Code of Conduct for Collecting Societies, CAL participates in an annual Code of Conduct review. The Code of Conduct is an integral part of CAL’s operations. .
Resale Royalty goes ahead
The Resale Royalty Right for Visual Artists Act was passed by Parliament on 26 November 2009. .
Easy as E-F-T
Want your CAL payments deposited straight into your nominated bank account?
For more convenient payments, improved security, and to reduce the environmental impact of posting cheques, CAL is moving.
Mr Brian Johns AO steps down as CAL Chair
The Board of Directors, Chief Executive, management and staff of CAL take the opportunity to recognise and acknowledge the significant contribution of Mr. Brian Johns, AO, for his dedicated service to.
And the prize goes to….
CAL members receive a lot of accolades. Among the now 15,000 strong membership lies an array of creative minds, talent and literary genius..
The Amended Google Settlement: are you in our out?
If the words ‘Google Book Settlement’ haven’t yet managed to attract your interest, now is the time they should as Australian authors and publishers have until 28 January 2010 to decide if the Google .
On just terms…
Unparalleled - the future of Australian books looks brighter
The recent and much publicised debate over territorial copyright laws for books saw publishers and authors successfully lobby Government to retain parallel import restrictions (PIRs). .
Time is ticking
If you are an author or publisher, you only have until 28 January 2010 to decide if the Google Book Settlement is for you..
Google book settlement
Posted on 15-12-2009
What every Australian copyright owner should know.
Code of Conduct Review 2009 published
Posted on 04-12-2009
Code of Conduct Review 2009 published.
CAL announces changes to Board of Directors
Posted on 27-11-2009
CAL has announced that Mr Brian Johns, AO, has stepped down from his position as Chair. Mr Johns will be replaced by current Australian Publishers Association appointed director, Mr Sandy Grant. .
CAL announces over $100m in licensing fees for third consecutive year
CAL has announced licensing fees of $114 million, making 2008-09 the third consecutive year that the rights management organisation’s revenue has surpassed $100 million. .
CAL announces senior staff appointments
Posted on 23-11-2009
CAL announces senior staff appointments.
Posted on 19-11-2009
Major changes to Google Book Settlement will affect Australian rightsholders
Posted on 16-11-2009
Major changes to Google Book Settlement will affect Australian rightsholders.
CAL Annual Report 2008-09
Posted on 30-10-2009
CAL's latest Annual Report is now available..
Fund your art
Posted on 21-10-2009
Want to get your next creative project off the ground? Find out how CAL's Creative Industries' Career Fund can help..
Google Book Settlement update
Posted on 08-10-2009
The Google Book Settlement Fairness Hearing has been adjourned and the date for completing a Claim Form to be eligible for Cash Payments is now extended to 5 June, 2010..
Reading the fine print
Posted on 06-10-2009
In a September workshop, representatives from the print disabled community met with CAL and Australian publishers and authors to begin discussing how, as a community, we might be able to provide the v.
The big picture
Illustrator, producer, animation director…CAL member Luke Jurevicius’ career is in continual motion. He talks to Calendar about his creative journey so far and finding ideas in strange places..
As classrooms move online, publishers are finding new ways to reach students and teachers. CAL member Matthew Sandblom is co-creator and Chairman of Mathletics – a hugely popular Australian maths webs.
$41 million to members
CAL is in the process of distributing $41 million in copyright payments to members throughout October 2009..
Disputes between members
CAL has recently adopted some new procedures to help resolve disputes between members..
CAL licensee profile: City of Boroondara
A CAL licence gives businesses peace of mind when they use copyright materials – knowing they’re minimising the risk of copyright infringement and doing the right thing by copyright holders. This year.
CAL's voluntary licence schemes - are you in?
If you’re a CAL member and you haven’t opted in to CAL’s voluntary licence schemes, you could be missing out on potential revenue from your copied works. Rosanna Arciuli, CAL’s Member Services Manager.
CAL and Vision Australia hold print disabilities workshop
Posted on 18-09-2009
CAL and Vision Australia hosted a print disabilities workshop on Monday 7 September to discuss how access to works can be improved for people with print disabilities. .
CAL’s member magazine has come of age
Posted on 25-08-2009
Calendar is now being emailed to members in a new e-newsletter format. Of course if you still want to receive Calendar in hardcopy, you can. Simply email us today..
Australian Publishers Association Digital Chat series
Posted on 10-08-2009
CAL recently hosted two presentations in the APA’s Digital Chat Series, focusing on the digital revolution and its impact on publishing.
Audio recordings of both sessions are now available .
CAL answers your copyright questions
Posted on 07-08-2009
A CAL member recently asked us whether a video cassette could be reproduced to a DVD for easier use in providing material to clients. Find out the answer here.
Free digital textbooks for Californian students
In a bid to combat deep budget deficits, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has introduced an initiative to provide free digital textbooks to Californian high schools..
Associated Press to build news registry to tackle digital piracy
Swedish company to buy The Pirate Bay. Will the notorious file-sharer be reformed?
Swedish software company Global Gaming Factory X AB has announced it will buy popular file-sharing website The Pirate Bay, with the intention of creating a new compensation model for file-sharing .
CAL welcomes Libby Baulch as new Policy Director
Libby Baulch has joined CAL in the new role of Policy Director, leading CAL’s recently established Policy & Government Relations division. .
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