In a quick overview of rights management issues publishers should think about, consultant Bill Rosenblatt looks at a publishers’ handling of content.
What if the value of a publisher’s IP isn’t just content but organizational, too? A key consultant says publishing needs a reproducible process to harness creative ideas
Presented as an effort to collect copyright revenue from public library loans for writers and other workers in literature, Poland’s new program finds a slow uptake among authors.
One literary agent’s story at this fourth iteration of the international conference was about selling 2,000 English-language titles into the Chinese market. Going the other direction? Not so easy.
With a new StoryDrive Asia event coming to Singapore, Beijing’s fourth annual iteration revved the potential gains that develop when content industries fuel each others’ expertise.
Penguin Random House has sold over a million Ladybird parody books in the UK, success that was preceded by a self-published book they once tried to quash.
Author Pablo Katchadjian could face jail for remixing Jorge Luis Borges’s story ‘The Aleph’ after Borges’ widow brings a lawsuit for intellectual fraud.
The Googles of the world may next want to exploit oral property, collective traditional knowledge that is written, but has commercial potential.
One of the key issues is whether the cost of licensing content is ultimately too expensive for individuals who want to publish digitally.
By Hannah Johnson Yesterday, the UK passed a controversial piece of legislation called the Digital Economy Bill. The bill is intended to protect copyright holders against piracy and illegal filesharing online. While many companies would like to combat and stop online piracy of intellectual property, protests against the bill have grown steadily since it was introduced last year. The decision …