Iris Plus 2012-4 - Exclusive Rights and Short Reporting Council of Europe

ISBN: 9789287173935

Published: July 16th 2012

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Iris Plus 2012-4 - Exclusive Rights and Short Reporting  by  Council of Europe

Iris Plus 2012-4 - Exclusive Rights and Short Reporting by Council of Europe
July 16th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9789287173935 | 9.51 Mb

In dealing with the right to short reporting, this IRIS plus once again discusses a subject in respect of which the legislators have the task of achieving a balance between general socio-political interests and the economic interests of privateMoreIn dealing with the right to short reporting, this IRIS plus once again discusses a subject in respect of which the legislators have the task of achieving a balance between general socio-political interests and the economic interests of private companies.

While there is a need to ensure that all audiovisual media are in principle able to report on every event of high public interest, account needs to be taken of the interest of rights holders in marketing such events as profitably as possible, which generally means that only those who pay money to the rights holders have access. The focus is on sports, and the sums paid for television transmission rights and other ways for the media to exploit events such as football matches, the Olympic Games or Formula 1 racing, have risen enormously in the last few decades, thus considerably increasing the refinancing pressures on those who pay them.



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