DMLA signs on to 2nd letter regarding NAFTA

DMLA signed on to a second letter to Ambassador Lighthizer, co-ordinated by the Copyright Alliance, in regards to the “modernization” of NAFTA.  We are thrilled that 34 other organizations opted in to bring attention to the policies by some internet platforms that promote theft of American creativity and innovation. Read the letter here Elaine Vitt

Copyright Alliance Welcomes DMLA

DMLA is pleased to become the latest member of the Copyright Alliance and to work with their team and with fellow members to continue promoting and protecting the interests of the media licensing community.  You can read the press release sent out by the Alliance here. Elaine Vitt

Copyright Alliance Welcomes Digital Media Licensing Association (DMLA) as its Newest Member

  Washington, D.C. – The Copyright Alliance, which represents the copyright interests of over 1.8 million individual creators and over 13,000 organizations across the spectrum of copyright disciplines, announced the addition of Digital Media Licensing Association (DMLA) as its newest member. Headquartered in Chandler, AZ, DMLA was established in 1951 by a core group of […]

DMLA signs on to Copyright Alliance letter to Ambassador Lighthizer

Negotiations for modernizing NAFTA begin today,  August 16. The Copyright Alliance felt that it was vital that the USTR hears from individual creators and small and medium businesses about the importance of high-standard copyright provisions in the agreement, particularly in light of aggressive lobbying efforts by internet platforms and user groups to water down such provisions. To […]

FROM THE COPYRIGHT OFFICE

Movies: A Global Passion The U.S. Copyright Office will present a Copyright Matters program in connection with World Intellectual Property Day on Wednesday, April 23, at 1:45 p.m. This year’s theme, as announced by the World Intellectual Property Organization, is “Movies: A Global Passion.” The program will feature remarks from Francis Gurry, Director General of […]

“Why Art Matters”

From the Copyright Alliance Today we are launching a grassroots campaign “why art matters” urging people around the country to send us a 5-10 second video “selfie” giving one reason why art matters to them and why Congress should keep creative people in mind as they review the copyright laws. The call to action describing […]