ERA is pleased to announce that, following discussions with Association of Colleges, Colleges Scotland, Colleges Wales and Colleges Northern Ireland… Read more
ERA – opening up a world of broadcast learning resources
The ERA Licensing Scheme provides educational establishments with a simple means of accessing and using broadcast material both in the classroom and by students at home. You need a licence if you wish to use material sourced from broadcasts (including accessing catch-up TV services of the UK public service broadcasters) for teaching resources.
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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As part of its work ERA has hosted meetings of the Education Licensing Working Group since its formation in 2013… Read more
ERA is pleased to announce that, following discussions with UUK and Guild HE for publication of a tariff to apply… 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