A (5) | B (5) | C (13) | D (4) | E (2) | F (4) | G (1) | I (5) | L (2) | M (11) | N (3) | O (3) | P (12) | Q (1) | R (16) | S (13) | T (2) | U (1) | V (3) | W (4)
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radio work Work that has been specially created for production and distribution via radio.
radio-on-demand Means of communication in digital networks allowing the user to listen to radio broadcasts via digital databases from a network from anywhere, at any point in time. This procedure requires a temporary reproduction of the data via different technical support means.
reciprocal contract Contract of general scope between two collective management organisations from different countries which mandate each other with the representation of their repertoires in their territories, respectively.
related rights (also: neighbouring rights) Rights of the performing artists, producers of audio and audiovisual recordings and broadcasters.
remake New version of an existing film (which has usually had a certain success).
repertoire Entirety of works of a certain administration category
reprography Umbrella term for all methods of permanent photometric reproduction of documents (photocopying, scanning, duplication, plotting and the like)
reprography remuneration Remuneration for reprographic reproductions
retransmission Simultaneous, integral and unaltered transmission of a radio or TV broadcast via cable network (or retransmission facility) via an entity other than the original broadcaster. Retransmission rights are subject to mandatory collective management.
right to integrity of the work Moral right allowing authors to prohibit any kind of modifications of their works
right to remuneration Right to receive remuneration compensating the statutory limitation of exclusive rights. This applies particularly to mandatory collective management.
rights owner Natural person or legal entity holding the relevant rights in their original form or by virtue of assignment or succession.
rights owner Natural person or legal entity holding the relevant rights in their original form or by virtue of assignment or succession.
rights remuneration for a work Remuneration due to rights owners calculated based on the collections or the expenditure, payable when the work is used (depending on the category also referred to as authors' fees or royalties). To be distinguished from an honorarium or a fee paid for services in the case of commissioned work.
rights reservation clause (audiovision) Contractual provision, which stipulates - particularly for users of audiovisual works - that specific rights are exclusively administered by the collective management organisation the author is a member of.
royalties Remuneration for authors' rights