01/12/2016Dr Jörn Radloff to be Head of Rightsholder Management at ICE in London
GEMA is pleased to announce that Dr Jörn Radloff is Head of Rightsholder Management at ICE Services Ltd. – a division of the joint venture ICE founded by the three collection societies GEMA
12/19/2011GEMA publishes new music-on-demand rates
GEMA publishes a new rate for the compensation for music use by streaming services, which are free for the end user. This rate is designed especially for providers of music-on-demand platforms
06/17/2015PRS for Music, STIM and GEMA combine to create brand new, cost efficient and one-stop service across Europe on behalf of over 250,000 songwriters
European Commission grants clearance for the establishment of a ground breaking licensing and processing hub. It will enable partner societies, digital service providers (DSPs) and rightsholders to
09/28/2017Concert Tariff 2018: New tariff agreed between GEMA and concert associations
GEMA and the concert associations [in Germany] have successfully concluded the negotiations for the concert tariff (U-K). Major changes include the amended calculation basis of the tariff and audit
06/20/2011Much Ado
During the past few days, the subject of GEMA vs. YouTube has been brought to the attention of the general public once again. Apparently, pressure is supposed to build up before GEMA's annual
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
05/26/2017GEMA General Assembly: Music authors and publishers clearly vote for a joint participation
The annual general assembly (AGM) of GEMA members took place between 22 and 24 May 2017 in Munich. It was dominated by the issue of how to re-establish the publisher participation. For the first
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
11/13/2013Standardized framework for the licensing of sound recordings in Europe: BIEM president Georg Oeller signs a new Standard Contract with the IFPI
The international organization representing mechanical rights societies (BIEM) and the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) have signed a new Standard Contract. As a result,
11/15/2016Higher Regional Court decides against GEMA sharing its collections with the publishers
The Higher Regional Court in Berlin has decided on 14 November 2016 that GEMA may no longer allocate shares on its collections to publishers as it had done previously. GEMA, however, continues to
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