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04.14. 2011 EU XXL FORUM Linz – The Role of Collecting Societies in National and European Comparison Talks, interviews

“Models for the Future or Water under the Bridge? The Role of Collecting Societies in National and
European Comparison”

Keynote-Speech: Kerstin Jorna, European Commission (Cabinet Internal Market and Services)
Panelists: Gernot Graninger, AKM; András Szinger, Artisjus; Hrvoje Hribar, FERA/Croatian Audiovisual
Centre; Balázs Bodó, Budapest University of Technology and Economics; Cristina Busch, IMAGO; Patrick
Rackow, ECSA
Moderation: Mercedes Echerer, EU XXL FILM

The world of collecting societies is facing a new order. New – overdue for years – rules on minimum quality
standards of the collecting societies in the EU will be introduced.
Similar basic requirements and the introduction of  a common level playing field are the prerequisites  to
facilitate trans national cooperation. There is a need to finally conquer the online market. Will the EU finally
propose legislative solutions? What is the European Commission planning? What is the position of the
representatives of the EP and the one of the governments? And what are the creatives thinking of all this?

http://www.eu-xxl.at/content.asp?id=58&id2=225&id3=0&lid=2&eid=2“Models for the Future or Water under the Bridge? The Role of Collecting Societies in National and
European Comparison”

Keynote-Speech: Kerstin Jorna, European Commission (Cabinet Internal Market and Services)
Panelists: Gernot Graninger, AKM; András Szinger, Artisjus; Hrvoje Hribar, FERA/Croatian Audiovisual
Centre; Balázs Bodó, Budapest University of Technology and Economics; Cristina Busch, IMAGO; Patrick
Rackow, ECSA
Moderation: Mercedes Echerer, EU XXL FILM

The world of collecting societies is facing a new order. New – overdue for years – rules on minimum quality
standards of the collecting societies in the EU will be introduced.
Similar basic requirements and the introduction of  a common level playing field are the prerequisites  to
facilitate trans national cooperation. There is a need to finally conquer the online market. Will the EU finally
propose legislative solutions? What is the European Commission planning? What is the position of the
representatives of the EP and the one of the governments? And what are the creatives thinking of all this?

http://www.eu-xxl.at/content.asp?id=58&id2=225&id3=0&lid=2&eid=2

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