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This year the ALCS Annual General Meeting will be held in the beautiful Fazeley Studios in Birmingham on the 19 November 2015
Further details of the AGM will be announced here in due course.
The Authors Guild in the US have released their next instalment on fair contracts.
Richard Mollet, Chief Executive, of the Publishers Association (PA) has announced his plans to step down next year after five years in the role.
Last night saw the inaugural FSE (Federation of European Screenwriters) Award that took place in Brussels, and was hosted by the Representation of the Free State of Bavaria to the EU.
ALCS were delighted to be invited to attend the last talk of the 2015 First Story Young Writers' Festival at the beautiful Lady Margaret Hall at the University of Oxford.
BBC music services could be subject to financial cuts after the Government's Green Paper questioned the distinctiveness of the broadcaster’s services.
WIPO has published the Global Innovation Index 2015 in which 141 countries are ranked on their innovation performance and policies.
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has notified a parliamentary committee that pan-European licence proposals will be blocked by the UK.
The Reading Agency presented the Government with a report on the successful results of their Reading Ahead challenge, also known as the Six Book Challenge.
On Saturday 12 September, award winning writers Dreda Say Mitchell and Sathnam Sanghera will be joining Spread the Word and Words of Colour for a day of debate, skills-sharing, networking and insight into new and changing publishing practices for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) writers.
ALCS is once again sponsoring the Tinniswood Award for the best original radio drama script, jointly adminstered by the Society of Authors (SoA) and the Writers' Guild of Great Britain (WGGB). Help us celebrate the best in audio drama by entering your productions!
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