FERA


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FERA

Federal Emergency Relief Administration.
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Also, FERA provides increased protection to whistleblowers.
Generally, FERA became effective on May 20; however, the elimination of the direct presentment requirement was made retroactive to June 7, 2008.
Joao Correa, FERA secretary-general, wrote Reding last week, requesting she double the budget for Media III, the next European Union support program for the audiovisual industry.
FERA also wants the EU's massive $230 billion "structural funds" and other coin to be made available to the film industry.
6] The programs funded by FERA and FSA worked within two critical constraints favored, if not specified, by the AMA:
EVOS was warmly welcomed by FERA's traditional retail sphere of outdoor gear and specialty ski retailers, but FERA wanted to create an experience that would resonate with more mainstream fashion retailers since EVOS merchandises equally well alongside both sportswear and specialty apparel.
FERA highlights the changes proposed by future Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, namely to regrouping the Audiovisual department with Information Society, a sector that generates 7.
In its letter, FERA also emphasises how "the eradication of national film industries in Central and Eastern European countries illustrates the success of the United States' colonialist policy".
As for the newly-adopted Communication on audiovisual policy in the digital age, FERA applauds the fact that copyright concerns are treated as a priority and hails the Communication due out on certain legal aspects related to the cinema industry, a report that will deal in particular with the definition of a European work.
FERA also urged the European Parliament to back European film directors and producers and their viewpoints on major issues due to come to the fore during the Parliament's new term of office.
Francesco Maselli and Joao Correa, FERA President and Secretary-General respectively, have called on Heads of Government and EU Ministers in charge of Audiovisual Services and External Trade to propose a new European strategy for the GATS 2000 negotiations on cultural and audiovisual services.