Since 1 August 2007 ERA has offered its licensees the opportunity to take out an additional licence which will enable licensed ERA Recordings to be accessed by students and teachers online...
ERA welcomes publication of draft Statutory Instrument to link with launch of the new
ERA Licensing Scheme to apply for licences granted on or after 1 April 2014
.ERA Publishes tariff rate for schools under new single ERA Licence to apply from 1 April 2014.
ERA publishes booklet for BETT show with information about the new Licence from 1 April 2014.
The Educational Recording Agency (ERA) welcomes Department for Education Agreement to streamline licensing under new copyright Regulations from 1 April 2014
Call for Evidence launched as part of Independent Review
of framework for application of collecting society Codes of Conduct
Changes to ERA Licence envisaged from 1 April 2014. Legislative change resulting from Government follow up to the Hargreaves Review on Modernising Copyright will change the scope of rights relevant to the ERA Licensing Scheme.
ERA welcomes changes to link use of S4C Video on Demand Services by educational establishments with ERA Licences
ERA welcomes recommendations to increase access to audio-visual material in schools.
Formal recertification of ERA Licensing Scheme follows admission of
Open University Worldwide to ERA membership with effect from 1 July 2013
ERA announces research for teachers.
New Statutory Instrument confirms changes to terms of ERA Licence from 1 April 2013