Copyright technician - Salary and Career
Copyright and Media Product Review Professionals

Copyright technician - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They preserve and protect the rights of the citizen, evaluating the products of the media, under the ethical, educational and artistic aspects, being able to carry out their indicative and qualitative classification. Preserve copyright by reviewing, collecting and distributing copyright.

How much does an Copyright technician earn

A Copyright technician earns between $1.632 and $5.870 per month, with an average monthly salary of $2.604 and a median salary of $2.225 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 22 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).


Salary ranges for the Copyright technician

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 2.604 31.243 651 12
1º Quartile 1.632 19.584 408 8
Median Salary 2.225 26.700 556 10
3º Quartile 4.476 53.717 1.119 21
Higher Salary 5.870 70.435 1.467 27


Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • medium level technicians in administrative sciences
      • inspection, inspection and administrative coordination technicians
        • copyright and media product review professionals

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Main workplaces

Copyright and Media Product Review Professionals the occupations of evaluator and ombudsman of the communication medium are performed by employees of the companies that broadcast the communication content, such as, for example, the contents of an open signal television channel. Copyright agents and technicians work in the inspection, collection and application of fines, in places where music is played, such as: radio stations, theaters, nightclubs, etc. They are exposed to pressure groups.


What does it take to work in the field of Copyright and Media Product Review Professionals

The exercise of the occupations of evaluator and ombudsman of the media requires university education and proven experience in content evaluation. They usually work in an interdisciplinary team. Copyright occupations require mid-level training.


Functions and activities of Copyright technician

Copyright and Media Product Review Professionals must:

  • preserving citizens' rights;
  • protect copyright;
  • advise the development of assessment methods;
  • preserve citizens' rights;
  • implementing ethical procedures;
  • distribute copyright;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • implement ethical procedures;
  • supervise contracts for national and foreign shows;
  • collect copyright;
  • supervise contracts for domestic and foreign shows;
  • advise the development of evaluation methods;

  • Activities

    • inspect event box office;
    • verify compliance with labor legislation for minors and adults;
    • evaluating print media content;
    • monitor music plays and syncs;
    • reporting violations of ethics;
    • coordinate the preparation of the code of ethics;
    • classify occurrences that violate the code of ethics;
    • establish dialogue with program producers and distributors;
    • draft contracts;
    • demonstrate professional training in the area;
    • monitor use of other copyrighted works;
    • monitor payment slip;
    • evaluating show content;
    • collect contractual rights;
    • receive registrations from author associations;
    • analyze contracts and artist fees;
    • quantify self-generated, journalistic, informative and cultural programs;
    • forward judicial collection;
    • review author's prior release;
    • demonstrate experience;
    • register users of artistic works;
    • propose objectives and quality indicators;
    • control auditions;
    • demonstrate steadfastness;
    • negotiate debts with defaulters;
    • demonstrate extraversion;
    • evaluating contents of internet pages;
    • check recommendation sign;
    • identify shows;
    • indicate age groups;
    • notify infringers;
    • demonstrate skill in dealing with people;
    • demonstrate critical spirit;
    • analyze prior author release;
    • monitor ethical aspects of internal and external productions;
    • advise creation and production activities;
    • rate products;
    • evaluating radio and television programming;
    • establishing evaluation criteria;
    • evaluating contents of web pages;
    • ensure contracts for national and foreign shows;
    • analyze work permits for national and foreign artists;
    • evaluate products;
    • monitor public performances, broadcasts and publications;
    • negotiate copyright collection;
    • identify authors of the works used;
    • interact with unions and associations;
    • inspect application of the code of ethics;
    • advise the institution's educational actions;
    • advise the definition of copyright, intellectual and others;
    • evaluating the educational function of the programs;
    • pay royalties;
    • demonstrate ability in dealing with people;
    • participate in the elaboration of the code of ethics;
    • demonstrate organization;
    • issue bank payment slip;
    • establish interaction between legal and production areas;
    • take legal action;
    • act with a sense of professional ethics;
    • demonstrate initiative;
    • suggest product improvement;
    • demonstrate sensitivity in acts and actions;
    • meeting in with the environment;
    • providing information to the public;
    • demonstrate analytical ability;


    Sectors that hire Copyright technician the most in the job market

    • private research activities
    • book edition
    • integrated edition with book printing
    • retail book trade
    • retailer of records, cds, dvds and tapes
    • attorney services
    • retail trade of new parts and accessories for motor vehicles
    • holdings of non-financial institutions




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