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AV rights organisation reiterates call for compliance with new EU rules

Ljubljana, 12 October - AIPA, the Slovenian collective rights organisation for authors, performers and producers of audiovisual content, is celebrating its first ten years. It has taken the opportunity to warn about the continuing failure to put AV artists on a par with musicians and writers and to repeat the call for honouring the relevant EU directive.

Ljubljana, Hotel Intercontinental.
Press conference by AIPA, the Slovenian collective rights organisation for authors, performers and producers of audiovisual content.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana, Hotel Intercontinental.
Press conference by AIPA, the Slovenian collective rights organisation for authors, performers and producers of audiovisual content.
AIPA director Gregor Štibernik.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana, Hotel Intercontinental.
Press conference by AIPA, the Slovenian collective rights organisation for authors, performers and producers of audiovisual content.
AIPA supervisory board member Klemen Dvornik..
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana, Hotel Intercontinental.
Press conference by AIPA, the Slovenian collective rights organisation for authors, performers and producers of audiovisual content.
AIPA director Gregor Štibernik.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana, Hotel Intercontinental.
Press conference by AIPA, the Slovenian collective rights organisation for authors, performers and producers of audiovisual content.
AIPA supervisory board member Klemen Dvornik..
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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