Our repertoire is comprised by the works (books, periodicals, musical scores, etc.) of the authors and publishers we represent. It consists of:
1. Licensable repertoire (voluntary collective management): set of works whose holders have entitled us with the management of their works. This implies that we can give licenses for certain uses of these works and prosecute, in a collective manner, the cases of violation of the rights over them.
This repertoire is integrated by:
. national repertoire: set of works of the members of CEDRO, both authors and publishers. You can look it up here. (If you are interested in obtaining a license for the use of any, or the totality, of these works, see conlicencia.com)
. Foreign repertoire: Set of works of the authors and publishers represented by the entities of the countries with which we have signed agreements of bilateral representation.
2. Private copying repertoire (compulsory collective management): set of works for which we manage the right of compensation for private copying, integrated by all the works –national or foreign- which are under our scope of management (See Article 4 of our signed Articles of Association) and which are susceptible of being reproduced for private use.
3. Loan repertoire (compulsory collective management): set of works for which we manage the remuneration right for public loan, integrated by publications, both national and foreign, which are within our scope of management and which are loaned publicly.