Copyright is more than a matter for lawyers or academics. It’s the subject of continuing, divisive debate within publishing.
While your team might know Adele from ABBA and Beyoncé from Bieber, do they understand the licensing requirements of using music in videos and presentations?
A recent survey revealed that 73% of Americans have read a book in the last year, but just 28% have read an e-book.
It is the simplicity of sharing content that makes copyright so challenging. There is no single international copyright law.
When content is stored properly, all of a sudden, publishers can create new value from content they’ve already got.
83% of corporate trainers at Fortune 500 companies regularly use video at work. Is your content licensed properly?