Seminar Calendar: 2017
-Get an introduction into how collective licensing works and how you can maximise revenues
- Aimed at all those signed up with PLS
- Free of charge to attend
Date: Wednesday 27th September
Time: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
This new half-day seminar provides a practical introduction to permissions and how they work.
It is suitable for book, magazine and journal publishers.
Magfest is Scotland's biggest and best magazine event, with magazine publishers and enthusiasts coming from far and wide to be inspired by the international speakers, meet others in the industry and hear about the latest developments in the magazine world.
Dates: 11 - 13 October 2017
Stand: Hall 6.0, stand D108
Come and meet the PLS team at Frankfurt and:
Thank you to all those who attended our Annual Open Meeting at Grays Inn. With a record turn out, sunny weather, insightful sessions and great networking, it was a very successful event.
Click for speaker presentations and photo gallery. Videos will follow soon, along with a write up of key themes and take-away tips.
The Publishers Licensing Society (PLS) was named Innovator of the Year by the Stationers’ Company in their 2017 Innovation Excellence Awards after winning the award for the best Digital Technology Application.
“The judges were very impressed with PLS Permissions since it fills a major gap in the publishing market and represents a clever evolution of rights management into a field suggested by the Hargreaves Report."
Practical advice for getting permission to reuse quotes, illustrations and content extracts in your titles, quickly and easily. Make getting permission to reuse content quick and easy with our best practice tips.
We are delighted to announce that Tom West has been promoted as the first ever Chief Operating Officer at the Publishers Licensing Society. The role has been created as PLS expands its provision of digital services to publishers, most recently the new PLS Permissions offering PLSclear.
The European Commission’s proposals have now transferred to the European Parliament for amendment and approval. Over the past few months several Committees of the European Parliament have been publishing draft opinions on the proposed directive.