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The internet has changed the music industry — and Africa is no exception. Artists are increasingly relying on concerts to combat music piracy, and more and more people recognize that artists must be paid for their work.
The Senate was interested in knowing what is being done to preserve and secure the country's archives.
The accreditation signed and issued today, December 21, by the Minister of Arts and Culture, Professor Narcisse Mouelle Kombi, permits the corporation manage copyrights works’ in category B (musical art), a sector which has been under the rocks for almost a decade.
The Minister of Arts and Culture, Prof. Narcisse Mouelle Kombi, commissioned six officials of his ministry appointed by a presidential decree of April 29, 2016. They were inaugurated alongside administrative assistants appointed by the Minister on May 10, 2016. The commissioning held on Thursday May 12, 2016 in Yaounde.
The Cameroon book publishing industry is fairly young, but waxing strong in spite of challenges and the hitherto strong competition from foreign counterparts. Meeting at the Cameroon Cultural Centre, CCC, in Yaounde, on Friday, April 22, 2016, to celebrate this year's World Book Day, members of the National Association of Cameroon Book Publishers, ANELCAM, revisited the challenges of local publishing.
Speech by Simon Brault, Series of presentations on Agenda 21 for culture, at the Institut du Nouveau Monde, 10 December 2015: 'I know that none of you are surprised to see me here today. Ive spoken about Agenda 21 many times and Im well known taking part in many forums that call for culture to be considered an essential pillar of sustainable development at the local and international levels. I was already active in this area when I was the president of Culture Montral and one of the proponents of Agenda 21C du Qubec. Today, I am here as the Director and CEO of a national body, the Canada Council for the Arts'.