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Korea Literature, Academic works and Art Copyright Association

Submitted by admin on Thu, 07/08/2010 - 10:49
KOLAA, Korea Literature, Academic works and Art Copyright Association
9F, 225, Mokdongseo-ro,
Yangcheon-gu, Seoul
07995
Korea, South
Phone
+82-2-2608-2036
Fax
+82-2-2608-2031
Website
http://www.kolaa.kr
Chief Executive Name
Jongyul Kim
Chief Executive Title
President
Key representative
Donghyun Kim
Title
Secretary General
Year of incorporation
1st July 2000
Year of first distribution
2006
Year of first collection
2000
Total number of Board Members
12
How are Board Members elected
8 by recommendation of membership and 4 independent representatives on the Board are appointed by the Board
Total number of Author Representatives
7
Total Number of Member Associations
10
Total Creators' (authors and visual artists) Associations
10
Remarks about the members
With the amendment of KOLAA’s statutes in January 2021, member composition has been changed. Current member organisations(10) will remain until 2024, and now the individual members can join KOLAA.
DATES OF FINANCIAL YEAR
January 1 – December 31
Type of National legislation
Civil Law
Licensing system
Voluntary Licencing schemes, with potential back-up in Copyright Laws
Other licensing system
Legal license for universities, colleges and educational institutions operated by the national or local government, textbooks for students from elementary schools to high schools and libraries
REPROGRAPHIC LICENCES - Types of works licensed
texts(excluding broadcasting scripts and movie screenplay), photos, play, and fine arts copyrighted works
Types of uses licensed
reproduction, distribution, public transmission
Types of institutions/sectors licensed
Copyshops, companies, publishers, e-book/journal distributors, online lecture institutes
OTHER LICENCES - Public Lending Rights
off
Distribution methods
Title-specific distribution
Full reporting
% Author/Publisher Split
100/0 (Publisher if rights are transferred)
Are deductions for cultural and/or social purposes made?
no
New developments / legislation
After the enforcement of the amended Copyright Act(August 5th 2020), copyright works used in the textbooks can be reproduced, distributed, and publicly transmitted.
New developments / court cases
KOLAA sued against Korea Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation(KICE), who arranges Korean College Scholastic Ability Test, blaming that KICE is violating copyright by posting the Test questions online.
Number of Bilateral agreements type A
5
Bilateral agreements type A with
CCC, CLA, Copyright Agency, CLASS and VG-Musikedition
Number of Bilateral agreements type B
25
Bilateral agreements type B with
ProLitteris, VG WORT, Kopinor, Fjolis, CADRA, IRRO, HKRRLS, VIETRRO, TTRRO, FILCOLS, DILIA, HARR, CopyRus, Reprobel, JAMCOPY, , YAYBIR, KOPIKEN, Copibec, KOPITAN, CDR, SR, CopyGhana, OSDEL, and JAC
Other agreements with RROs
CWWCS
Total amount collected for all licensing
9 406 451 777.00
Total amount collected for reproduction licensing
9 406 451 777.00
Total amount collected nationally for reproduction licensing
9 389 202 187.00
Amount for schools
3 720 573 040.00
Amount for further education
1 471 035 600.00
Amount for higher education
2 941 795 100.00
Amount for business
1 250 906 602.00
Amount for other sector(s)
4 891 845.00
Total amount received for licensing from other RROs world-wide
17 249 590.00
Total amount received for reproduction licensing from other RROs world-wide
17 249 590.00
Total amount distributed from all licensing
7 909 377 349.00
Total amount distributed from reproduction licensing
7 909 377 349.00
Total amount distributed to national rightsholders
6 818 882 075.00
Total amount distributed to national rightsholders from reproduction licensing
6 818 882 075.00
Total Amount distributed to foreign RROs
1 090 495 274.00
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