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The list of unknown audiovisual authors for 2020 have been published

We pay copyright remunerations to more than 10,000 TV programme authors each year. However, programmes also accumulate remunerations that we are unable to pay due to insufficient author information. Are you the author we are looking for?
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Kopiosto paid €11 million in copyright remunerations to the authors and performers of tv programmes

This week, we paid more than €11 million in copyright remunerations to the copyright holders of audiovisual works. The remunerations have been collected for the use of TV programmes presented in 2020.
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Copyrighted materials can now also be used in basic education in the arts. Licences for early childhood education and educational institutions do not change

The Finnish National Agency for Education has made an agreement with Kopiosto and APFI, an organisation representing the interests of producers in the field of audiovisual content production, on using copyrighted materials in teaching and early childhood education in 2021. The licences cover the copying of materials and presenting TV programmes in education.
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Kopiosto distributes an additional million euros to audiovisual authors

The remunerations distributed to the authors and performers of television programmes come from the allocations set aside from the compensation for private copying and remuneration for educational recordings paid in 2015–2017.
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How much does the licence for using TV programmes in education cost?

We negotiate the licence terms of using TV programmes in teaching on behalf of AV authors.
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Other instructions for the use of TV programmes in education

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Use of TV programmes in education

The Finnish National Agency for Education has acquired licences to record and perform TV and radio programmes in education from Kopiosto, broadcasting companies and Audiovisual Producers Finland APFI. The licence acquired by the Finnish National Agency for Education applies to pre-school, comprehensive school and upper secondary school education and free vocational education leading to a qualification.
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