FRAPA meets SARFT: concerns about new regulations in China

Last week FRAPA met delegates of SARFT; the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China (SAPPRFT), formerly known as the State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television (SARFT). Chinese producers and broadcasters were part of the Chinese delegation. FRAPA stressed that freedom of speech and international trade…

NATPE 2017: Discount for FRAPA members

Miami 2017, January 17-19 BE PART OF IT!   Special NATPE 2017 Miami Group Registration pricing is available for FRAPA members NATPE is the global marketplace where television and platform executives seek and secure content deals. You will be inspired, build relationships and get business done as part of one of the most comprehensive markets…

FRAPA PARTNERS WITH BAKER & MCKENZIE ON 2017 REPORT

Latest legal briefing for global format industry to launch April 2017 FRAPA has announced a strategic partnership with international law firm Baker & McKenzie to develop and launch the new FRAPA Legal Report 2017. It looks into the protection of format rights under international law, and provides a practical, user-friendly guide to the legal options…