Dear members, I am writing to inform you that we have lodged an action in the Copyright Tribunal today to determine the value of the copyright licences Australian universities rely on to copy and share content. The action comes after a breakdown in commercial negotiations with Universities Australia, for a new licensing agreement, beginning in […]
In late 2016, we began a multi-year project to modernise and integrate the agency’s numerous technological systems including finance, customer relationship management (CRM), member interface and data management. The aim of this project is to ensure that we can improve services to members using the most advanced cloud-based technology. This includes introducing a simplified payments model; […]
The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Copyright Agency Limited will be held at the Remington Room, Fifth Floor, SMC Conference and Function Centre, 66 Goulburn Street, Sydney, New South Wales on Wednesday, 28 November at 4:30pm. For your information, the following documents are linked below: 1. Notice of annual general meeting 2. Proxy Form […]
In March 2018, we launched an online Help Centre to better support our members and licensees across all areas of the business. Already the Help Centre receives more than 1000 visitors each month seeking information on topics from copyright legalities and membership terms, to providing help with licence purchases and Cultural Fund applications. Here are […]
Copyright Agency author member and teacher Kelly Evans was recently awarded a 2019 NSW Premier’s Teacher Scholarship supported by the Cultural Fund. Ms Evans, who teaches at Pambula on the NSW far south coast, was chosen to receive the $15,000 NSW Premier’s Copyright Agency Creativity across the Curriculum Scholarship to research teaching methods that promote […]
Author Kirstie Parker was the winner of the Cultural Fund-sponsored David Unaipon Award at last month’s Queensland Literary Awards. The award, for an unpublished Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander writer, celebrated 30 years in 2018. Kirstie received a cash prize of $15,000 and publication with UQP for her work, The Making of Ruby Champion, and […]
The Copyright Agency is offering a $15,000 Reading Australia Fellowship for Teachers of English and Literacy to support an experienced teacher in undertaking professional skills development. This is an exciting career-enhancing opportunity to expand your skills and knowledge through a research project, which may be undertaken overseas. The deadline for applications is 1pm EST on […]
The overall winner of the 2018 Carmel Bird Digital Literary Award is Beth Spencer for her short story collection, The Age of Fibs. Beth Spencer receives $3,000 in prize money. Judged by renowned Australian author Carmel Bird, the award offered cash prizes and digital publication by Australian publisher, Spineless Wonders to the overall winner as […]
Image Credit: Author Fellow, Rodney Hall. Photo by Ross Bird. Non-Fiction Fellow, Krissy Kneen. Photo by Anthony Mullins. Visual Artist Fellow, Khaled Sabsabi. Photo by Khaled Sabsabi.
Image Credit: 2020 Reading Australia Fellow, Karen Yager. Photo by Paul Wright.
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