264 results:
 
12.12.2019
Zebralution
In December 2019 GEMA acquired a majority stake in Zebralution GmbH, an innovative and commercially successful digital distribution company in the music industry. Further to the formation of the
28.01.2016
Higher 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
11.08.2016
Authors 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
30.04.2020
emergency-programme-for-gema-members - Corona emergency relief 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
25.01.2019
Supported foundations - Franz-Grothe-Stiftung
Franz-Grothe-Stiftung The foundation was established by the composer and pianist Franz Grothe (1908-1982) in 1960 in Bad Wiessee. Its goal is to support competent and needy composers, professional
Why did GEMA choose Wulff von Sivers (WvS) and not another insurance agency?
Why did GEMA choose Wulff von Sivers (WvS) and not another insurance agency? As part of a selection process in 2016, GEMA has asked several companies for offers to support an insurance programme for
28.03.2012
Higher Regional Court of Hamburg decides in favor of GEMA
In its decision on March 14, 2012, the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg confirmed the seminal decision of the District Court of Hamburg from June 12, 2009 in favor of GEMA. According to the ruling,
22.04.2012
Decision by the Regional Court of Hamburg: YouTube is responsible for contents posted online by its users
The Regional Court of Hamburg announced today its decision in the case GEMA vs. YouTube. In the opinion of the court, YouTube is legally responsible for the contents of videos its users publish. This
30.01.2012
GEMA panel at MIDEM 2012: "Lost Property – the Future of Collective Rights Management in the E.U." (+ Video)
In 2012 decisions are pending in Brussels that will be set trends in particular for the societies in Europe that administer copyrights. With this in mind, as part of MIDEM, the world's largest music
02.04.2020
Coronavirus general information for customers - Emergency measures for GEMA customers
Emergency measures for GEMA customers The spreading corona pandemic is a difficult and challenging time for all of us. Theatres, cultural institutions and leisure facilities throughout Germany must
Search results 201 until 210 of 264