Practical tips for how publishers can make the most from the rights they own. Including the risks of badly managed rights, advice on contracts and integrating efficient rights management into the business. 3min video.
A recording of the session is now available, where PLS Chief Executive Sarah Faulder discusses this key issue with rights experts Clare Hodder and Natalina Bertoli.
Date: Thursday 20th October
Venue: Hall 6.0, stand D108
Time: 4.30 - 6.00pm
We’d be delighted if you would join us to celebrate the launch of PLS’ enhanced Permissions Management services. It’s a chance not only to clear your head with one of our invigorating, freshly made smoothies, but to network… and in case you were wondering, we do offer a Retox option as well.
Date: Thursday 6 July, 2017
Venue: The Hall, The Honourable Society of Gray's Inn, 8 South Square
Time: 2:00pm for a 2:30pm start; ending with a drinks reception from 5:30pm
We are delighted to be hosting the PLS Annual Open Meeting for 2017 again at The Honourable Society of Gray's Inn. The event is open to all publishers signed up with PLS, and all those in related industries.
*Exclusive to PLS members!* Tune in to a recording of our Anti-Piracy ABC webinar, hosted with Claire Anker, Digital Infringement Manager at the Publishers Association.
Date: 17th - 28th October 2016
PLS are pleased to be sponsoring and participating in the 24th Annual Advanced Level Training Course in Copyright and Related Rights. The course, organised jointly by the British Copyright Council (BCC) and the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), together with the UK Intellectual Property Office, gives attendees a thorough overview of the copyright and related rights landscape from a UK perspective.
Looking after the rights you own can be a complex job. But as a ‘Futureproofing’ session at PLS’ Open Meeting made clear, good rights management is essential in modern publishing. By Tom Holman, the Independent Publishers Guild.
Brexit, upheaval in education and challenges to copyright are all contributing to a mood of flux in publishing and licensing, a panel session at the PLS Annual Open Meeting revealed—but of opportunity, too. By Tom Holman, the Independent Publishers Guild.
What we learned at the PLS Open Meeting: PLS and publishers will cope with Brexit; £35.2m distributable to publishers in the last year from collective licensing; permissions are getting easier; and much more. By Tom Holman, the Independent Publishers Guild.
In his newest article for Interlending and Document Supply, Jonathan Griffin describes the collaboration between publishers and librarians that lies behind the success of Access to Research.