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Here's a list of other important links regarding broadcasting in New Zealand. Links related to copyright, broacasting standards etc...
The Australasian Performing Right Association Limited (APRA).
The first copyright collecting society set up in Australasia, APRA represents some 4,000 NZ music writers and publishers in their total membership of 30,000. As part of a world-wide network of similar organisations, APRA also provides local representation for more than 1,000,000 international composers.
Copyright Control of New Zealand
The Copyright Council of New Zealand was incorporated in 1983 as a non-profit society to provide copyright and cultural based industries with a range of services including an interface with Government.
PPNZ Licensing (previously Phonographic Performances (NZ) Ltd) is the recording industry collection company representing music rights owners in New Zealand. PPNZ Licensing can grant licenses to anyone playing or using recorded music in the public arena.
Broadcasting Standards Authority
The Radio Code of Broadcasting Practice aims to ensure compliance with the law, prevention of misleading or deceptive practices, and social responsibility.
Recording Industry Association of New Zealand Inc (RIANZ)
The Recording Industry Association of New Zealand Inc (RIANZ) is a non-profit organisation representing major and independent record producers, distributors and recording artists throughout New Zealand.
(Links will be added as found, if you know of any please make a post below with the details and we will add them to this topic)
Edited by RadioTech on 16 August 2011 at 6:05am