Egeda is the collecting society that represents and defends the interests of audiovisual producers in Spain, arising from the rights that the current Intellectual Property Act (as amended, dated April 12th 1996) recognises and protects. Egeda has the authority of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport for its activity, which it undertakes on a non-profit making basis.
The Egeda Register of Audiovisual Works and Recordings is a register of producers and the works and recordings owned by them, and it contains over one hundred thousand programmes.
Egeda commenced its activities with its first income from private copies, which were received in March 1993. After five years, from 1995 onwards, Egeda was in the position of collecting over 6 million Euros.
Tag your comment using @productionparadise to share with us!