01/30/2012MIDEM 2012: GEMA and Deezer announce signing of contract
GEMA, the German society for the administration of music copyrights, and the international streaming service Deezer have signed a licensing agreement. The signing of the contract was announced today
01/31/2012GEMA and the German Music Publishers' Association: Get together at the MIDEM Lunch 2012
Numerous well-known figures in the music industry and politicians attended yesterday the traditional lunch hosted by GEMA and the German Music Publishers' Association (DMV) as part of MIDEM 2012 at
12/16/2021International mechanical rights 2019
International mechanical rights 2019 A-VR 4th Quarter 2019 - distribution on January 1, 2020 4th Quarter 2019 - distribution on January 1, 2020   CountryInfoYearAddition Bulgaria
12/16/2021Zebralution
GEMA acquires majority stake in Zebralution In December 2019 GEMA acquired a majority stake in Zebralution GmbH, an innovative and commercially successful digital distribution company in the music
01/12/2022Our pay-outs as of 1 January 2022
Our pay-outs as of 1 January 2022 All important information on pay-outs in the categories: Mixed online platforms (Supplement), sound and audiovisual recordings and usages abroad Information
12/16/2021Payments as of 01 June 2021
Pay-out in the live and communication to the public categories as of 1 June 2021 GEMA pays out about €50m to its members and sister organisations as of 1 June 2021. Due to a widespread cancellation
12/16/2021About the GEMA General Assembly
The GEMA General Assembly - the centre piece of the association! Once per year, GEMA members meet in order to decide on future issues of their association. The three-day General Assembly of GEMA is
12/08/2021emergency-programme-for-gema-members
Corona emergency relief programme for GEMA members The spread of the corona pandemic has a massive and immediate impact on the music and culture industries: The widespread cancellation of music
01/28/2016Higher Regional Court Munich (OLG) decides: Licensing duties lie with the uploaders, not YouTube
The Higher Regional Court Munich (OLG) decided yesterday that YouTube and its service cannot be called to account for any copyright infringements. Instead, the judges found that the sole
08/11/2016Authors against music piracy: Regional court Munich sentences online service Uploaded to pay damages
Collective management rights organisation GEMA wins its case with the regional court Munich I against file-sharing host Uploaded. The decision confirms that file-sharing hosts are liable to pay
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