‘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.
It’s a golden age, says Adam Gomolin, ‘with so many companies competing to find new models with better value propositions for authors.’ His Inkshares is in the running, and he speaks Monday (June 13) at our rights conference.
‘We clean up the messes of data that are created by these digital services who are using music,’ says Audiam’s Euvin Weeber, who speaks about rights and royalties at our Rights Conference on Monday (June 13).
Andy Hunter plays a trio of roles in today’s publishing culture. Before his participation in our Rights Conference on Monday (June 13), he talks to us about the impetus for all three ventures: ‘to bring attention to, and advocate for, literary writing.’
Before TED’s Doug Chilcott joins a panel at Publishing Perspectives’ June 13 rights conference (#pprights16), we take a look at the concept of networked interest and inspiration behind the popular events series.
‘A vast pool of quality legacy content amounts to a huge, permanent brand advantage,’ says Rights and Content conference speaker Matt Dellinger. But how can it be deployed?
‘Rights and permission revenue is a low-cost, high-margin business,’ says Kris Kliemann, who speaks on June 13 at our rights conference in New York City.
Randy Petway, CRO, Ingenta, previews his talk at the upcoming ‘Rights and Content in the Digital Age’ conference, highlighting how publishers can increase revenue and expand their business through better rights management.