FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

QUESTION:

What is public performance?

ANSWER:

Performance of a work by way of declamation, game, dance or otherwise, including with the use of technical aids, at the locations that are or may be attended by the persons who are not the performer’s family members.


QUESTION:

What are the rights of the phonogram producer?

ANSWER:

Pursuant to article 38 of the Law, with respect to the phonogram its producer has the right to use of the phonogram in any form, including the right to a fee for each use of the phonogram.


QUESTION:

What are the performer’s rights?

ANSWER:

Pursuant to article 37 of the Law, the performer has the right to use of the rendition or staging performance in any form, including the right to a fee for each use of the composition or staging performance.


QUESTION:

Are the relations regarding the payment of fees arising from the copyright and neighboring rights regulated by the cable TV provider’s contract?

ANSWER:

The cable TV provider’s contract between a subscriber and the Company regulates the manner in which the subscriber should be provided with cable TV services, and does not apply to the payment of fees arising from the copyright and neighboring rights. /Alma TV/


 

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