Companies pay the Reprorecht (Stichting Reprorecht) a fee for the reprographic and digital copying from books, newspapers and magazines. The Reprorecht Foundation distributes the fee to the makers of these publications. The authors, photographers, publishers, translators, designers and illustrators have the right to a fee for the copying of their work. Thanks to the reprographic rights regulation you can pay this fee in an easy way.

Since 2013 businesses also arrange their digital use with the Reprorecht Foundation 
Organizations of publishers, authors and other makers have drawn up the Businesses Repro Royalty Scheme (Regeling Reprorecht Bedrijfsleven) in close consultation with VNO-NCW and MKB-Nederland.                                      

Information Apply for license

Do you want a joint invoice? Betaalt uw Buma, Sena, Videma of Reprorecht vergoedingen in één keer.


Do you use tv images? The Videma license is for tv business users. By bundling as many rights as possible into a tailored license your administrative burden is kept to a minimum.





Almost all companies and institutions make copies from newspapers, books, magazines and digital media. The Reprorecht Foundation (Stichting Reprorecht) arranges that you can pay the reasonable fee due for this in an easy way and they distribute the fee to
the makers of
these publications.


Pictoright grants permission for the use of the work of affiliated visual creators, in particular sculptors and architects. They also arrange collective schemes whereby image is (re)used, as in digitization projects, clippings services and portfolios with magazines.



Lira is the organization for authors or translators, including journalists, scriptwriters and subtitlers. Lira offers licenses for digitization projects and arranges rights for the distribution of literary works that are incorporated in television programmes.


Stichting UvO

Institutions for higher education turn to the UvO Foundation to arrange copyrights for the (re)use of (parts of) book publications, magazine articles etc., both in print readers and digital learning environments.

The Content Map is your guide to a legal and safe supply of digital services. The website helps you to find legally offered eBooks, films, music, games, photos and tv programmes and then to use them in a fair way.