Thu 4 February 2016 at 10.00 am
Taking Control of Permissions: A Practical Guide to Clearing Permission to Use Third Party Content
Clare Hodder and Ruth Tellis, Rights2 Consultants
Taking Place: The King's Centre, Osney Mead, Oxford
- Do you find the process of seeking permissions time-consuming and chaotic?
- Are you confused when trying to interpret licences correctly?
- Have you found it difficult to ensure you are compliant with licence terms?
As digital publishing develops, more and more asset types are being included in publishing projects, and they all require licenses from their respective rights holders (often multiple per asset) before they can be used. This highly practical course is designed to steer you through the increasingly complicated minefield of clearing permissions when using third party content.
This one-day course will help demystify the process of obtaining permission, proving an insight into
the language and meaning of licence terms, and help you to ensure your business is compliant in the
use of third party material.
This course is designed to guide those responsible for permissions clearance to tackle the process more effectively, help them understand the importance of licensed rights, and increase their confidence in dealing with this increasingly complex task.
Audience: Editorial, production, marketing and other publishing staff tasked with acquiring content from third parties.