What can the Content Levy do for local film and TV production?￼
As you know, the AV Content Group (RTÉ, TG4, SPI, SDGI, WGI, SCGI and Animation Ireland) have been working together to convince the Government to introduce the content levy as soon as possible.
As part of our ongoing advocacy and campaign calling on government to introduce the Content Levy without delay, SPI are delighted to host an exciting webinar panel next Tuesday, May 10th at 11.00am.
It’s a discussion on the potential for the #contentlevy in the Irish Film and TV production sector and why we are calling on the Government to introduce the levy to Ireland without delay.
Register for this webinar.
The legislation that will allow the Government to introduce the levy is currently being debate in the Oireachtas so it is a key time to be hosting a discussion on the levy. We are keen to have your support as part of this campaign, so join the webinar to learn more about the levy and how you can support our campaign.
Indecon economic consultants have advised that the levy could bring an extra €25M into the sector in its first year, and this will only grow as more services come into the market place and add subscribers.
What can the Content Levy do for local film and TV production?
We are delighted to have business journalist and RTÉ deputy Chairperson Ian Kehoe to guide a conversation with senior Irish and European representatives to talk about:
- The vision and potential for the content levy
- Benefits of the levy in other European countries
- Creating content for new and established online services
- Importance of IP rights as part of any content levy production deal
The panel includes:
- Susana Gato – APTI and President of CEPI (European Producers Association)
- James Hickey – SPI Board member and ex CEO Screen Ireland
- Sarah Glennane – CEO, Screen Composers Guild of Ireland
- Philippe Alessandri – Chairperson, Animation in Europe
- Katharina Hiersemenzel – SVP, Public Policy in Constantin Film