Who we are
The association “For legal content!” was founded on 7 October 2015. Its founders are several TV service providers and audiovisual content owners: SIA Lattelecom, SIA Baltcom, ĀKF Viasat AS Latvia filiāle, and SIA Baltijas Mediju Alianse. At the moment the association has 13 members: SIA Lattelecom, SIA Baltcom, ĀKF Viasat AS Latvia filiāle, SIA Baltijas Mediju Alianse, SIA Forum Cinemas, Association of Latvian Performers and Producers (ALPP), Cinamon Holding OOO, SIA Acme Film, “Wide Media” LLC, SIA “Dautkom”, “SES ASTRA AB”, Copyright and Communication Consulting Agency/ Latvian Authors Association.

The members of the association are actively fighting against the distribution of TV and films without the permission of the producer or supplier. They also facilitate legal broadcasting of the TV on the telecommunications market, maintaining active cooperation with the competent authorities of Latvia, namely the National Electronic Mass Media Council (NEMMC), the State Police Economic Crime Enforcement Department (SP ECED), the Public Utilities Commission (PUC), the State Revenue Service (SRS), the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia (MoC), the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia (MoF), the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia (MoT), associations of the information and communication technology industry etc., and get involved with specific proposals suggested by the industry representatives to develop binding laws and regulations in order to minimise and eradicate the activities of illegal TV service providers in Latvia.
Supervisory council

  • Liena Grīna, LaIPA (Latvijas Izpildītāju un Producentu apvienība)

  • Sandra Kraujiņa
    ĀKF ,,AS TV PLAY BALTICS LATVIJAS FILIĀLE’’

  • Sergejs Kārītis
    SIA “Pirmais Baltijas Kanāls”

  • Tīna Lūse
    SIA “Baltcom”

  • Ieva Smirnova
    SIA “Lattelecom”

  • Dace Kotzeva
    board member, executive director

  • Andis Anspoks
    BITE Latvija

  • Normunds Labrencis
    SIA “FORUM CINEMAS”
Members
SIA „Lattelecom”

SIA „Baltcom”

ĀKF „Viasat AS Latvia filiāle”
“SES ASTRA AB”
“Wide Media”
LLC, SIA “Dautkom”.
SIA „Baltijas Mediju Alianse”

SIA “Forum Cinemas”

Latvijas Autoru un Izpildītāju Producentu Apvienība (LaIPA)

“Cinamon Holding” OOO

SIA “Acme Film”
Copyright and Communication Consulting Agency/ Latvian Authors Association
Our goals
The main reason for founding the association "For Legal Content!" is to facilitate legal TV broadcasting on the telecommunications market by actively restricting the distribution of TV and films without the permission of the content owner or supplier.

In order to achieve its main goal, the association is aware that real and effective changes, both in legislation and regarding the reduction of the illegal TV services’ supply and demand, are only possible through persistent promotion of the understanding of the damage to the national economy caused by piracy and the risk that anyone who uses the illegal services undertakes.
Who we are

The members of the association are actively fighting against the distribution of TV and films without the permission of the producer or supplier. They also facilitate legal broadcasting of the TV on the telecommunications market, maintaining active cooperation with the competent authorities of Latvia, namely the National Electronic Mass Media Council (NEMMC), the State Police Economic Crime Enforcement Department (SP ECED), the Public Utilities Commission (PUC), the State Revenue Service (SRS), the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia (MoC), the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Latvia (MoF), the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Latvia (MoT), associations of the information and communication technology industry etc., and get involved with specific proposals suggested by the industry representatives to develop binding laws and regulations in order to minimise and eradicate the activities of illegal TV service providers in Latvia.

You can find us
AddressTērbatas iela 83B, 4.stāvs, Rīga, LV-1001
Phone+371 29414943
EmailDace.Kotzeva@parlegalusaturu.lv
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