This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other meanings of CLA
We have 334 other definitions for CLA
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
Under the present system, educational establishments receive permission to copy and re-use hundreds of thousands of published works, and thousands of hours of broadcast content, for a moderate annual fee through the licensing schemes operated by the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) and Educational Recording Agency (ERA) respectively.
Copyright Licensing Agency CLA is a non profit-making company that works on behalf of authors and publishers to license organisations to copy from books, journals and periodicals.
Byline: By John Duckers Business Editor The Copyright Licensing Agency has been slammed for inducing employees to blow the whistle on firms illegally photocopying or scanning published material.
M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD The UK's Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA), which licenses organisations for photocopying and scanning, paid out a record sum to copyright holders in the year 2002/03.
Byline: Helen Logan Teesside businesses photocopying from books, magazines and journals protected by copyright, without permission from the copyright owner or a licence from The Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA), are probably breaking the law.
Businesses could gain from a new small business licence introduced by the Copyright Licensing Agency.
Moderated by Richard Dale Kelly, the panelists are Kevin Fitzgerald - Copyright Licensing Agency, Rob Haggart - A Photo Editor, Henry Oh - Transpecific Media and Stephen Mayes - VII.
The main sources of fees due are secondary royalties from: photocopying (through the Copyright Licensing Agency which is jointly owned by the ALCS and the Publishers Licensing Society); international Public Lending Right; cable retransmission; fees from the Educational Recording Agency (ERA) and sources such as blank tape and machine levies for private copying and small miscellaneous literary rights.