Yesterday (24th May), the Copyright Education and Awareness Symposium was held in the BPI offices in London. The event brought… Read more
ERA – opening up a world of broadcast learning resources
The ERA Licensing Scheme provides a single point of clearance for all rights necessary for educational establishments at all levels of education to create and use resources obtained from broadcast materials whether on television or radio. Educational establishments need an ERA Licence if they enable students or teachers to use material sourced from broadcasts for teaching purposes. This includes enabling access to catch up services of UK broadcasters when terms and conditions link with the ERA Licence.
As a not for profit organisation, we only cover our administration costs from the money we collect from licensing. We pay everything else to our Members. This ensures that Rightsholders are being paid fairly for the work they have created.
Most educational establishments in the UK hold current ERA licences, either in the form of an individual licence or as part of a blanket license agreement; for example, where a local authority has entered into an agreement with ERA on behalf of all its schools.
Not sure if your institution holds a licence? Find out more…
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This event will hopefully be one to follow. The day will offer “workshops and plenary sessions to explore the role… Read more
As part of ERA’s commitment to helping licence holders make best use of the material available to them, we have… Read more
Have you seen ERA’s advice piece in this month’s Teach Secondary? Click through below for a pdf copy of our article!
The Dangerous Visions season on BBC Radio 4 features a series of dramas and readings that ‘explore that explore contemporary… Read more