During the financial year Screenrights’ membership grew 6.1% to total 4,709 members from 69 countries
• Screenrights, TikTok, oOh!media, SBS, FriendlyJordies, New York Post, Kennedy awards, Alan Kohler, Netflix, Supercars, and Derby Day
• The Screenrights Cultural Fund was established in 2018
James Dickinson has been acting CEO since the departure of Simon Lake in July 2018.
• The three organisations have entered into a settlement agreement
“All of this has been achieved with a collections-to-expenses ratio of 15.9%.”
The focus of the Cultural Fund will change each year in response to trends and issues in screen content creation.
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