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Rights & Content in the Digital Age — A Publishing Perspectives event on June 13


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Heads up: At this half-day event on June 13th in New York City, experts from various book and media companies — among them HarperCollins, TED, Copyright Clearance Center, Audiam, and Ingenta — will highlight cutting-edge strategies to help book professionals, including agents, publishers, and ebook providers, maximize their IP and grow their rights business. The price of the standard ticket is $125; interested participants may register for the conference here. Group sales and discounts are available.

Date: June 13, 2016
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location:
Grand Hall, NYU Kimmel Center
60 Washington Sq. South
New York, NY Continue reading Rights & Content in the Digital Age — A Publishing Perspectives event on June 13

Lend Me Your eBooks – by Erik Christopher

My friend and colleague, Erik Christopher (@eBookNoir), recently wrote a two part article on lending eBooks for Publishing Perspectives.  Cleverly titled, “Friends Romans, Librarians:  Lend Me Your eBooks” (parts 1 and 2), Christopher discusses lending issues with Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and OverDrive.

Friends, Romans, Librarians: Lend Me Your E-book (Part 1)

Friends, Romans, Librarians: Lend Me Your E-books (Part 2)