The Publishers Association of New Zealand Te Rau o Tākupu has a daylong conference, with trade show directors and IPA’s Bodour Al Qasimi.
The Canadian publishing industry has been dealt yet another blow in its long-running dispute over copyright and fair use in education.
A total 2,661 authors, illustrators, and translators question London’s consultation on post-Brexit copyright.
Titles in this Rights Roundup come from Finland, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Italy, and they include a single entry with 31 rights sales.
The Access Copyright Foundation program announces its grants in literature to writers as well as awards made to organizations and publishers.
José Borghino tells WIPO, ‘Publishers need a clear legal framework with appropriate exclusive rights and effective enforcement’ in copyright.
‘Cultural globalization and digitization trends have accelerated the publishing industry’s own globalization,’ says IPA’s president.
Pointing out the ‘rise of streaming platforms on the EU market’ being ‘accelerated by the pandemic, the Authors’ Group Calls for urgent action.
‘The biggest threat to our industry post-Brexit,’ says the Publishers Association, is an ‘international copyright exhaustion framework.’
‘As we become ever more interdependent,’ Richard Charkin writes, the IPA is uniquely positioned to ‘protect, support, and nurture’ publishing.