Intergovernmental Committee of the International Convention of Rome for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations
Comité intergouvernemental de la Convention internationale de Rome sur la protection des artistes interprètes ou exécutants, des producteurs de phonogrammes et des organismes de radiodiffusion
1961-10-26 Rome Italy
26 Oct 1961, Rome (Italy), by virtue of Article 32 of T-XT6120 - International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations (Rome Convention), under the auspices of B-XB2183 - ILO, B-XB3383 - UNESCO and B-XB3635 - World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Also referred to as Intergovernmental Committee of the Rome Convention.
Secure protection in performances of performers, phonograms of producers of phonograms and broadcasting organizations.
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Committee, elected by the Contracting States, elects own Chairman and Officers and studies questions concerning the application and operation of the Convention and collects proposals and prepare documentation for possible revision of the Convention. Joint Secretariat with F-XF2670 - International Union for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (Bern Union), provided by Directors-General of ILO, UNESCO and WIPO.
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