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With football fever set to grip the UK this summer, Churches can now apply for a Public Viewing Licence from FIFA.com which is free for non-commercial events…
EASTBOURNE, UK, September 2nd 2015 Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI) has unveiled its new visual identity. “It is a privilege for CCLI to serve over 250,000 churches, schools and other organizations in over 30 countries. For the past 27 years, we have all seen and experienced the impact of change—in technology, connectivity and communication. As CCLI continues […]
The biggest event in Rugby arrives in England and Wales this September, providing a unique opportunity for churches to engage with fans and join the party.
Technology is changing the way songs are reproduced in worship. Find out how CCLI is adapting to the digital age.
CCLI launch new WorshipFuel blog for anyone interested in songwriting and church worship
From 1st April 2015 the Department for Education will purchase centrally the Collective Worship Copyright Licence (CWCL) and Collective Worship Music Reproduction Licence (CWMRL) on behalf of all state-funded schools in England. This means that these schools are automatically be covered to reproduce and photocopy songs for use in their times of Collective Worship. State-funded schools in England who had […]
Important information for churches who meet in schools or community centres.
On 1st October 2014 the government made a number of changes to law. These changes included an amendment that allows individuals to make personal copies of files (including music, videos and ebooks) which they have purchased for their own private use. This process, known as Format Shifting, means that it is now legal to backup or […]
CCLI has been asked by a number of churches to clarify the copyright implications of holding a special service to mark the centenary of the end of the first world war. A special service would still be regarded as an Act Of Worship, so the licences that a church holds to cover words/music reproduction for their regular worship […]