This from Luke Slattery in today's The Australian:
THE body established to pay authors for the use of their copyright last year spent more on its own staff -- including more than $350,000 for a chief executive -- than it paid authors and artists directly.
The Copyright Agency Limited was formed in 1989 to raise money from institutions using copyrighted works, such as newspaper articles, photographs and book excerpts, to reward the creators of these works.
But the collection agency last year paid $9.4 million in salaries, compared with a $9.1m direct allocation for authors and artists.
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