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Copydan Writing

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Copydan Writing
Bryggervangen 8 (2nd floor)
Copenhagen
2100
Denmark
Phone
+45 35 44 14 02
Website
http://www.tekstognode.dk/en
Chief Executive Name
Anders Kristian Rasch
Chief Executive Title
Managing Director
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Title
Legal Consultant
Title
Head of Legal Counseling and Communication
Phone
+35 44 14 77
Phone
+45 35 44 14 85
Title
Vice Director
Phone
+ 45 35 44 14 76
Title
Head of Research and Distribution
E-Mail
Phone
+ 45 35 44 14 66
History of the organisation
Incorporated in: Educational Copies 1980; Business Copies 1987; Merger between Educational Copies and Business Copies July 1, 2003 - now Copydan Writing
First collection of fees in: Educational Copies 1981; Business Copies 1990
First distribution in: Educational Copies 1983; Business Copies 1991
Year of incorporation
1980
Year of first distribution
Educational Copies 1983, Business Copies 1991
Year of first collection
Educational Copies 1981, Business Copies 1990
Total number of Board Members
15
Total number of Author Representatives
9
Total number of Publisher Representatives
6
Remarks about the Board
Associations of authors:
Danish Writers Association (Morten Visby)
Danish Composers’ Society (Morten Olsen)
The Danish Society for Jazz, Rock and Folk Composers (Andreas Hemmeth)
Danish Songwriters Guild (Niels Mosumgaard)
Danish Writers of Fiction and Poetry (Peter Adolphsen)
The Danish Union of Journalists (Mogens Blicher Bjerregård)
The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (Morten Rosenmeier, Vice Chairman)
Danish Playwrights’ and Screenwriters’ Guild (Christina Bergholdt Knudsen)
VISDA (Visual Rights Denmark) is the representative for Danish pictorial artists (Peter Thornvig)

Associations of publishers:
The Danish Publishers´ Association (Hanne Salomonsen, Chairman)
The Danish University Press (Marianne Alenius)
The Association of Danish Media (Stig Ørskov)
Danish Music Publishers´ Association (Loui Törnqvist)
The Association of Danish Cultural Journals (Ivan Rod)
Educational Publishers Association (Thomas Wilckens)
How are Board Members elected
Board members are elected on the yearly General Assembly. Substitutes are appointed by the member organisations
Total Number of Member Associations
15
Total Publishers' Associations
6
Total Creators' (authors and visual artists) Associations
9
Remarks about the members
Rightsholders to printed literary, dramatic and musical works, i.e. authors (including journalists, photographers, illustrators, composers, translators) and publishers In case of individual members, approximate number: Copydan Writing works on the basis of the extended collective licence system where the rightsholders are represented through organisations. The members of Copydan Writing are organisations since individual rightsholders cannot become a direct member.
Staff total number
26
DATES OF FINANCIAL YEAR
January 1 - December 31 2018
Other Law
The extended collective licence system. The systems is based on the existence of collective organisations representing the rightsholders. On behalf of their members the collective organisations enter into agreements with users of copyright protected works within certain areas.
Licensing system
Extended Collective Licence
Types of works licensed
All types of published material except audio visual works and pictorial art which does not appear in a textual context.
Types of institutions/sectors licensed
Primary schools, secondary schools, commercial and technical schools, teacher training colleges, folk high schools, music schools, universities, other institutions of higher education, the public administration and governmental departments, municipalities, private enterprises, public and private organisations etc.
Types of works licensed
Licensing for educational purposes includes photocopying, reproduction of works in digital form (e.g. downloads and copypasting from the Internet, copying from CD-ROMs etc.), digitization of works in analogue form (e.g. by scanning) and print out of works from digital form. There is nothing in the licences preventing the educational institutions from compiling course packs.
Copied material must be accessed via closed password protected networks, such as an intranet.
Educational institutions as well as private businesses can use copyright protected materiel (except News Papers) in digital presentation tools such as Power Point and Smart Boards.
Public Lending Rights
off
Distribution methods
Title-specific distribution
Sampling
% Author/Publisher Split
50/50
Administration costs as a percentage
7,8
Are deductions for cultural and/or social purposes made ?
no
New developments / legislation
Directive 2014/26/EU (CRM directive) has been implemented by amending the Danish Copyright Act and by adopting new legislation “The law on collective management of copyright”. The Marrakesh Treaty and directive has been implemented by amending the Danish Copyright Act. The GDPR and the incorporation hereof in Copydan Writing has been a priority for the management and will continue being so in the future.
New developments / licensing
Educational institutions (DCA article 13): All licenses are digital,
Business etc. (DCA article 14): All licenses are digital.
Copydan Writing continues to enter into licenses on the basis of the general extended collective licensing provision (DCA article 50(2)). The licenses entered are primarily with publishers or organisations as contracting parties wanting to clear authors’ rights to out-of-commerce works/orphan works in order to digitize and make available for the public. Copydan Writing has recently made an effort to make the process of entering into agreements on the basis of article 50(2) more transparent while also simplifying the administrative process.
Number of Bilateral agreements type A
20
Bilateral agreements type A with
Access, Aidro/Siae, Bonus Copyright Access, Cal, CCC, Cedro, CFC, CLA, ICLA, DALRO, Fjölis, IRRO, Kopinor, Kopiosto, NLA, Osdel, Pro Litteris, Reprobel, VG Musikedition and VG Wort
Number of Bilateral agreements type B
14
Bilateral agreements type B with
ABDR, CADRA, CEMPRO, CLL, COLCIA, COPIBEC, DILIA, FILCOLS, Fjölrit , HKRRLS, JAACC, KOPIPOL, LITA, SR.
Please select your currency
DKK Denmark
Total amount collected for all licensing
380 482 000.00
Total amount collected for reproduction licensing
380 482 000.00
Total amount collected nationally for reproduction licensing
378 900 000.00
Amount for schools
164 600 000.00
Amount for further education
1 219 000 000.00
Amount for higher education
53 700 000.00
Amount for government
2 016 000.00
Amount for business
29 300 000.00
Amount for other sector(s)
3 700 000.00
Levies on equipment and other mediums
0.00
Total amount collected for PLR
0.00
Total amount received for licensing from other RROs world-wide
3 800 000.00
Total amount received for reproduction licensing from other RROs world-wide
3 800 000.00
Total amount distributed from all licensing
337 500 000.00
Total amount distributed from reproduction licensing
337 500 000.00
Total amount distributed to national rightsholders
284 100 000.00
Total amount distributed to national rightsholders from reproduction licensing
284 100 000.00
1. Of which for visual works, to publishers only
0.00
to publishers and visual creator organisations
0.00
to visual creators organisations
0.00
to collecting societies only
0.00
to individual artists only
24 200 000.00
Total Amount distributed to foreign RROs
61 100 000.00
Total amount distributed from PLR
0.00
Administration Charge (actual figure)
28 100 000.00
Name
Martin Kyst
Name
Stefan Eland Kristensen
Name
Vibeke Andersen
Name
Susanne Munk Knudsen
Other agreements with RROs
Class (Letter of intent), Copyright Polska (Letter of intent)
BASCA and PMLL - music organisations in Great Britain - distribution agreements.