ERA brings together creative parties who own rights in broadcasts and the material included within broadcasts.
This means we can offer a simple and efficient way for schools, colleges and universities to get the licence they need to be able to create teaching resources for non-commercial educational purposes by recording or sourcing our members’ broadcast output.
Currently, ERA has twenty-two Members, representing broadcasters, writers, visual creators, composers, directors and performers. Our Members also include organisations representing producers and owners of rights in sound recordings.
You can find out more about our members by clicking on the links below, which will take you to the homepage of each Member.
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AGICOA collects and distributes royalties that lie beyond the reach of individual rightsholders.
Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS) is a not-for-profit membership organisation started by writers for the benefit of writers.
As the trade association representing UK audio production companies, AudioUK exists to help grow and promote the UK audio production sector, both at home and abroad.
The BBC is the world's leading public service broadcaster. Its mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain.
BPI represents the UK’s recorded music industry, which is one of the most exciting and thriving music sectors in the world. British artists account for one in eight albums purchased by fans around the globe.
Channel 4 is a publicly-owned and commercially-funded UK public service broadcaster, with a statutory remit to deliver high-quality, innovative, alternative content that challenges the status quo.
Channel 5 is the UK's third largest commercial channel and reaches 44m viewers every month with a spirited mix of high quality and emotive content.
Established by artists for artists, DACS is a not-for-profit visual artists’ rights management organisation.
Directors UK is the professional association of UK screen directors. It is both a collecting society and campaigning body with over 6,500 members.
Equity is a union of more than 43,000 performers and creative practitioners, united in the fight for fair terms and conditions in the workplace.
The Federation of Commercial Audiovisual Libraries International is a professional not-for-profit trade association formed in 1985. It is one of the leading voices in the industry.
The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) is the UK's professional body for musicians and a nationally recognised subject association for music.
ITV, as an integrated producer broadcaster, creates, owns and distributes high-quality content on multiple platforms globally.
MCPS is the Mechanical Copyright Protection Society, which collects royalties for works that are released by a record company, downloaded or reproduced onto a CD, DVD or LP.
The Musicians' Union is a community of over 30,000 musicians, protecting musicians' rights and music.
The Open University, established by Royal Charter on 23 April 1969, is the leading university for flexible, innovative and world-leading research in the United Kingdom and in over 100 countries worldwide.
Music wouldn't exist without the work of songwriters, composers and publishers. PRS for Music exists to represent them and ensure that they are rewarded for their creations.
Established in 1934, PPL exists to ensure that those who invest their time, talent and money to make music are fairly paid for their work.
A not-for-profit collective management organisation for visual artists, created and run by rightsholders and their representatives.