Rights today ‘are much more stringently controlled than in the past,’ says Klopotek’s David Hetherington ahead of London Book Fair.
Intended to further innovative product licensing and merchandising projects, the partnership between Frankfurt Book Fair and LIMA has an official opening in April.
In its 30th year, the Frankfurt Rights Meeting, 2 to 5 p.m. on October 18, will place special attention on some of the surprise success stories coming out of the rights and licensing arena this year.
Joining the rights and trading platform’s international network, London’s Mark Allen Group brings a broad range of content marketing and other services to its clients.
A very quick deadline of June 22 has been announced for publishers interested in presenting their projects to international business players in the games industry at Germany’s GamesCom on August 17.
‘Things are not going to stop changing,’ Ingenta’s Randy Petway told Monday’s Rights Conference audience. And that means new urgency around effective rights management.
Interview with Michelle Young of Pan Macmillan who is credited with boosting the publisher’s rights and licensing business in children’s books.
On June 13, Publishing Perspectives hosts a conference in New York City to provide insight into maximizing revenue from rights and licensing.
Dominique Raccah’s popular Put Me In the Story line of personalized kids’ books from Sourcebooks is picked up by Barnes & Noble.
India’s Pratham Books’ StoryWeaver platform offers open source of children’s books and encourages users to translate, adapt and use the content for free.