07/03/2018The European Parliament cannot allow itself to be hijacked by pirates
A vote against the Legal Affairs Committee’s report would be a slap in the face of all culture creators and artists. The European Parliament decides on the 5th July on the tripartite negotiations
07/05/2018Copyright: EU-Parliament sees need for more discussion
In today’s vote on copyright a small majority of European parliamentarians has chosen not yet to start negotiations with the Council and the Commission. The recommendations of the Committee on Legal
08/24/2018Advertising monitoring: Next steps towards digitisation launched
GEMA and public service TV stations now rely more heavily on audio fingerprint monitoring. Analyses of music use in TV advertising (commercials) are increasingly carried out by means of audio
09/07/201881% of EU citizens call upon EU politicians: Save our European culture, strengthen copyright and safeguard fair pay!
On 12 September, the European Parliament is going to vote on the harmonisation of copyright. GEMA CEO Dr Harald Heker invites politicians to take their mandate seriously and to safeguard a cultural
09/09/2018GEMA @Reeperbahn Festival 2018: Music, experts and workshops
GEMA will be represented at the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg with panels, workshops and a showcase. GEMA members obtain discounted conference tickets. For eight years now, GEMA has been a partner
09/10/2018Las Vegas Glamour and “neue deutsche Wucht” [new German sensation]
In the course of GEMA's membership programme, three bands, namely Hope, Blond, Poem for Jamiro, and solo  artist Laura Carbone managed to secure a performance during the GEMA Showcase at the
09/12/2018Europe’s Creators heave a sigh of relief: EU Parliament strengthens the position of authors vis-à-vis online platforms
The EU Parliament has published its position on the copyright reform today and given the green light for further negotiations with the Council. GEMA welcomes the vote as a good basis for the
04/16/2019GEMA successfully closes the financial year 2018
GEMA generated income of more than EUR 1bn (EUR 1,019.2m) in 2018. Of this amount, the collective music management organisation is going to pay out EUR 859.5m to approximately 74,000 members as well
10/04/2021Registration
Registration of works We support you when you register your works, sub-publishing agreements and audiovisual productions. To this end, and depending on the registration volume, we provide technical
10/04/2021Additional information
Additional information Electronic work declarations are promptly ingested into the documentation system of GEMA and work versions are generated with a work version number. The ingested work versions
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