The Copyright Agency has signed a retrospective deed with the Tasmanian Government for more than $300,000 in royalties for local surveyors’ plans copied and communicated over the period 1 July 2003 to 30 June 2019. As a result, the agency is rapidly recruiting Tasmanian surveyors, as only members of the agency can receive royalty payments […]
The key questions we receive from artists are: When is a sale a resale? and When does royalty apply? When is a sale a resale? To answer this question, we often need to take a step back and talk about the first or primary sale from the artist and who they sell to, or through. […]
The Copyright Agency has signed a deed with the Western Australian Government for almost $1m in royalties for local surveyors’ plans. As a result, the agency is rapidly recruiting Western Australian surveyors, as only members of the agency can receive royalty payments for the sale of their survey plans. The 2008 High Court of Australia […]
Copyright Agency’s core business is to collect copyright fees and distribute the royalties to our 40,000+ creator members for the reuse of text and images. We collect royalties from the education, government and business sectors. One such business is Koda Capital. An independent wealth manager to high-net-worth individuals, families and charitable institutions, Koda has 37 Partners […]
If you are expecting, or have recently received, a payment from the Copyright Agency and you are not the sole rightsholder, you might need to share the payment with your co-authors or publisher. We will alert you to this responsibility in the Notes section of your payment summary by defining the payment as either a ‘Default’, ‘Default pre-claimed’, […]
This month, we will distribute approximately $52m to members in the annual Schools distribution and an additional $13m in the Universities distribution. These payments are our largest of the year, as we issue royalties for electronic sharing and photocopying of member content in the education sector. Are your details up to date? If you are expecting […]
Hazel Edwards explores how authors need to multi-task to create value for themselves and their readers. Why are you writing? To live more intensively? To earn a living? To keep learning? To avoid boredom? To share little known worlds? As an excuse for travelling? Justifying the way a life has been lived? Fame, and especially […]
As we prepare to send out our major payments from our education licence fees next month, we want to emphasise the need to provide us with your Australian Business Number (ABN) – if you have one – ahead of time. From 22 June, we will distribute approximately $52m to members in the annual Schools distribution […]
Image Credit: Sample book artwork spreads designed by Joanna Hunt for Allen & Unwin / Tjanpi (November 2019). Stills are from the Tjanpi Desert Weavers stop-motion animation Ngayuku Papa (My Dog): Bluey and Big Boy; story & narration by Maureen Butler, directed by Jonathan Daw and Maureen Butler, 2018.
Image Credit: 2020 Miles Franklin Literary Award shortlist. Book covers supplied.
Image Credit: Aboriginal artist Elton Wirri. Photo by Guy Louanglath.
08 Jul, 2020
Australasian Reporting Awards – Virtual Seminar
10 Jul, 2020 to 17 Jul, 2020
Literary Speed Dating 2020
16 Jul, 2020
Such Is Now: The Isolation Diorama Project 2020
24 Jul, 2020 to 04 Sep, 2020
Money Matters 2020