Carmen Calvo

  1. Spanish Gov't Lends Support To Live Sector

    December 13, 2006 12:00 AM EST The Spanish government wants to set up live music rehabilitation councils in up to eight cities to help finance improvements to existing music venues when necessary. Spanish culture minister Carmen Calvo disclosed the plan during a meeting in Madr ...

  2. Biz Attacks Spain's Anti-Piracy Efforts

    June 28, 2005 12:00 AM EDT MADRID -- Global music industry leaders joined their Spanish counterparts in Madrid June 23 to criticize the Spanish government for failing to enforce a national anti-piracy plan that was approved mor MADRID -- Global music industry leaders joined ...

  3. Biz Attacks Spain's Anti-Piracy Efforts

    June 23, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Spanish minister Calvo no-show at IFPI gathering. Global music industry leaders joined their Spanish counterparts in Madrid today (June 23) to criticize the Spanish government for failing to enforce a national anti-piracy plan that was approved mo ...

  4. Biz Attacks Spain's Anti-Piracy Efforts

    June 23, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Global music industry leaders joined their Spanish counterparts in Madrid today (June 23) to criticise the Spanish government for failing to enforce a national anti-piracy plan that was approved more Global music industry leaders joined their Span ...

  5. Spanish Gov't Unveils Anti-Piracy Plan

    April 12, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Spanish culture minister Carmen Calvo presented on April 8 the country's first national anti-piracy plan, aimed at preparing tougher legislation to stamp out the trade in illicit CDs and digital files MADRID -- Spanish culture minister Carmen ...

  6. Spanish Gov't Unveils Anti-Piracy Plan

    April 08, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Spanish culture minister Carmen Calvo today (April 8) presented the country's first national anti-piracy plan, aimed at preparing tougher legislation to stamp out the trade in illicit CDs and digital Spanish culture minister Carmen Calvo toda ...

  7. Spanish Biz To Present Gloomy Report

    January 19, 2005 12:00 AM EST Spain's music industry is expected to present a grim report on the domestic market in 2004. A meeting has been called for Monday (Jan. 24) by labels' body AFYVE, whose president, Antonio Guisasola, wi Spain's music industry is expec ...

  8. Spanish Gov't Proposes Piracy Crackdown

    January 11, 2005 12:00 AM EST Spain's socialist government is drawing up the country's first national anti-piracy plan, involving 11 ministries, police and the courts, major music business bodies, Internet service providers and te MADRID -- Spain's socialist gov ...

  9. Spanish Gov't Proposes Piracy Crackdown

    January 07, 2005 12:00 AM EST Spain's socialist government is drawing up the country's first national anti-piracy plan, involving 11 ministries, police and the courts, major music business bodies, Internet service providers and te Spain's socialist government is ...

  10. Spanish Gov't Proposes Piracy Crackdown

    January 07, 2005 12:00 AM EST Spain's socialist government is drawing up the country's first national anti-piracy plan, involving 11 ministries, police and the courts, major music business bodies, Internet service providers and te Spain's socialist government is ...

  11. Spain Supports Lower VAT Rate On Music

    April 30, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Spain has pledged to reduce its value added tax (VAT) on record music to 4% from 16%, new culture minister Carmen Calvo said during a media gathering Friday in Madrid. Spain has pledged to reduce its value added tax (VAT) on record music to 4% fro ...