A worldwide survey of legal deposit for audiovisual materials

On the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage 2016, IFLA's Audiovisual and Multimedia Section and IASA's National Archives Section join forces to launch a new survey of audiovisual deposit laws.
Why a survey? Our audiovisual heritage needs to be preserved in order to provide universal access to information. But there is little information on the state of legal deposit for audiovisual materials around the world. We hope that such information on worldwide practices will help individual countries to obtain or improve their own legal deposit legislation.
We need your help. To create the new AV Legal Deposit register, for each country about which you have knowledge, please complete this short questionnaire:
And, note that we need information even for those countries that do not have legal deposit legislation for audiovisual materials. By completing the questionnaire, you will help to build a useful reference source. Information provided will be published online by IASA and by IFLA as a permanent reference to legal deposit legislation, country by country.
Thank you for your contributions to this initiative!
Trond Valberg
International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) -  Audiovisual and Multimedia Section
Richard Ranft
International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) - National Archives Section


Update: IASA's copy of the responses to the questionnaire may be found here:

Audiovisual Legal Deposit register