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Diego Ramos

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Name: Diego Ramos
Date registered: 8 January 2013

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  1. SPAIN: Increased public funding for cinema productions — 11 August 2015
  2. Copying jokes on Twitter: a serious business — 4 August 2015
  3. SPAIN: New financial support for cinema — 7 July 2015
  4. SPAIN: TV market’s heat before the summer — 18 June 2015
  5. Spain: National Court suspends the strike of La Liga — 14 May 2015

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SPAIN: Increased public funding for cinema productions

Author: Gonzalo Santos The Spanish Government has just issued its draft for the National Budget for 2016. According to said draft, the funds for the Spanish Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts would increase by 44.7%. A total amount of €60.5 million would be used for giving grants for audiovisual productions, a 65.36% increase compared …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blogs.dlapiper.com/mediaandsport/2015/08/spain-increased-public-funding-for-cinema-productions/

Copying jokes on Twitter: a serious business

Author: Gonzalo Santos In order to comply with the American Digital Millenium Copyright Act, Twitter has recently deleted tweets plagiarizing a joke made by an American journalist. Although the impact of copying a tweet without acknowledging who the original author is might seem small, it can have a significant effect. Many accounts in Twitter generate …

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SPAIN: New financial support for cinema

Author: Gonzalo Santos The Spanish Institute of Cinematography and Audiovisual Arts has recently published the repayment grant scheme for Spanish films released in 2013 (following the broad definition of “Spanish film” set forth in the Spanish Cinema Act, which may include certain European films). Share this

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Permanent link to this article: http://blogs.dlapiper.com/mediaandsport/2015/07/spain-new-financial-support-for-cinema/

SPAIN: TV market’s heat before the summer

Author: Gonzalo Santos After some turmoil last year regarding the granting of television channel licenses (which resulted in the repeal of nine of them by a decision of the Spanish Supreme Court), the Spanish Government recently issued a new call for tender for six of these licenses. Three of the television channel licenses are for …

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Permanent link to this article: http://blogs.dlapiper.com/mediaandsport/2015/06/spanish-tv-market-heat-before-the-summer/

Spain: National Court suspends the strike of La Liga

By Ceyhun Pehlivan The Spanish National Court has ruled in favour of the Spanish Football League (LFP), and suspended the proposed strike called by the Spanish Football Players’ Union for the final two rounds of the Spanish top-tier football league La Liga discussed in our previous article. Spain’s Football Federation and the Fédération Internationale de …

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Spain: TV rights dispute threatens La Liga

By Ceyhun Pehlivan Spain’s Football Federation has recently suspended the Spanish league and cup matches from this weekend onwards in protest of the recent law on the collective sale of television rights and the distribution of revenue, Royal Decree-Law 5/2015 on the commercialization of rights to exploit audiovisual content of professional football competitions (the “Act”). …

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The Pirate Bay blocked in Portugal

Authors: Joâo Costa Quinta (ABBC), Margarida Leitâo (ABBC), Gonzalo Santos (DLA Piper)   A recent Intellectual Property Court decision in Portugal determined that the main telecommunications operators have until the end of March to block the access of its users to The Pirate Bay domains, either through its main (Swedish) domain name “thepiratebay.se” or other …

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Spain: Mr. Grey or Mr. Koldo- Profiling Spain’s cinema-goers

By Andrea Batalla and Diego Ramos   March 6, 2015 Update: As promised, here comes a follow-up on the evolution of the race between “Mr. Grey and Mr. Koldo” for the beginning of March. 50 Shades of Grey’s sales remain strong after its premiere in Spain on 14 February 2015. The movie has already generated sales …

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Spain: From Mediapro to Telefonica- Major shift in Barça’s media rights

By Andrea Batalla and Diego Ramos Monday 16 February 2015 brought a small earthquake in the Spanish media rights market. FC Barcelona (“Barça”) decided after eight seasons of close cooperation with Spanish leading media corporation MediaPro to assign its media rights for season 2015-2016 to Spanish-based global media and telecommunications giant Telefonica. According to the media, the …

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GLOBAL: The Court of Arbitration for Sport dismisses FC Barcelona’s transfer ban appeal

By Ceyhun Pehlivan The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has dismissed the appeal filed by FC Barcelona in relation to the FIFA sanction imposed on the Spanish club, reported here in April 2014. The ban was imposed on FC Barcelona after it was deemed to have breached rules on signing international players under 18 …

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