In April we announced temporary support for higher education institutions by extending some key terms of the higher education licence. These temporary terms ended on 30 June and we have since received requests for these terms to be extended until the end of the year.
UK and Irish Copyright Licensing Agency join forces to help Irish universities deliver remote learning during COVID-19 crisis.
Higher education institutions in Ireland given greater access to book content through CLA Digital Content Store.
Since the outbreak of the corona virus crisis PMLL have been liaising closely with teachers about the Schools Printed Music Licence (SPML) and understanding how we can help to continue to support their music education while schools are operating largely remotely, other than for children of key workers.
Copyright Licensing Agency relaxes copyright licence rules to support sector through COVID-19 crisis.
UK higher education institutions have been given greater access to scanned book content and can also copy an increased amount from many print books.
During these uncertain times, the only thing we can be sure of is that music is available and remains good for everybody. It helps raise our spirits, makes us happy and brings people together (even remotely) in the most trying of circumstances.
Copyright Licensing Agency and NHS Wales have agreed to extend the central licensing agreement that provides blanket coverage for a further two years so that staff can copy published content in the course of their day-to-day work without having to seek permission each time.