Not-for-profit organization started in 1978 by a collaboration of content creators, content publishers and content users.
Provides licenses to academic institutions, businesses and other organizations for the rights to share copyrighted material, while compensating authors, publishers and other content creators for the use of their works.
Named to EContent Magazine's EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry for 4 straight years.
Joined Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and six other organizations that were named by research specialist Outsell as one of "10 to watch" in the search, aggregation and syndication segment.
Licenses millions of content users in more than 180 countries.
Co-founded the International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organizations (IFRRO), an international network of reproduction rights organizations with bilateral agreements for the exchange of rights and royalties worldwide.
Paid more than $1 billion in royalties to rightsholders over the last 10 years.