People who create material published in newspapers and magazines – such as articles, opinion pieces and cartoons – can be entitled to payments from Copyright Agency.
This will depend on the arrangements with the publisher in each case.
|Work created by you as||Licence fees allocated for||Provided|
|Freelancer||Any use of your work||You have not assigned the entitlement to claim to the publisher (check your contract)|
|Employee of newspaper or magazine||
||You have not assigned the entitlement to claim for these uses to your employer (check your employment contract)|
If a work was created by you as part of your job as an employee of another type of business (e.g. a wire service, or a broadcaster), it is unlikely you are entitled to payments from us, unless there is a special provision in your employment contract.
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Writers’ Royalty Claim
If your written works have been published in books, edited collections or anthologies, journals, magazines or newspapers, you may be eligible to partake in the Writers’ Royalty Claim for a royalty from the Copyright Agency.
Writers’ Royalty Claim applications must be submitted by 5pm (EST) Monday, 19 November 2018.
Advice and help
- Australian Copyright Council
- Media Entertainment and the Arts Alliance (MEAA)
- Australian Society of Authors
24 May 2018Share Tweet