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.
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Effective rights management can help a business identify areas for product development and sales growth, and enhance a business when it comes to an exit strategy or M&A.
Get practical rights management tips in our recorded webinar and downloadable Q&A.
The Marrakesh Treaty is an international copyright treaty focussing on copyright exceptions for the print disabled. The Treaty aims to increase access to books, magazines and other printed materials for the world’s population of persons who are blind, visually impaired and print disabled. Developments will affect all publishers.
The potential extension of the payment of the Public Lending Right (PLR) to authors whose ebooks are lent remotely by public libraries via a government amendment to the Digital Economy Bill. The bill has passed through the House of Commons and is now entering its committee stage in the House of Lords. The Public Lending Right primarily affects consumer publishers.
A podcast is available of this year’s The Markets Conference in Frankfurt, where PLS Chief Executive Sarah Faulder discussed the future of copyright on a panel of industry experts.
The European Commission has published a proposed new copyright directive which includes, amongst other things, new exceptions to cover the use of digital content in the classroom, text and data mining and digital preservation by libraries. The proposed new copyright directive for the Digital Single Market is likely to affect all publishers.
It is a topic at conferences, systems have been developed to support it and even new kinds of jobs are now dedicated to it. But why? Hasn’t the publishing industry always had to manage its rights? And aren’t rights fundamental to the very existence of publishers? By Clare Hodder.
Thousands of authors a year download free licenses for reuse of their own work in new publications, theses and dissertations, training and presentation materials. Now, two new transactional permissions services have been launched in UK and Australia, enabling authors to choose which service suits them best.
Join our webinar to explore a new workflow tool, developed to streamline the use of licensed coursepacks in UK universities, the Digital Content Store (DCS).
This consultation is for a new Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) enhanced Business Licence that allows licensees permission to republish up to five articles per year on a licensee’s website, for an increased licence fee. It will be of interest to magazine publishers who will be invited to opt in to the website republishing element of the licence.