Copyright Clearance Center Names New Vice President of Marketing
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Copyright Clearance Center Names New Vice President of Marketing

DANVERS, Mass., May 24, 2005—Copyright Clearance Center, the world’s premier provider of copyright licensing and compliance solutions, announced that Bill Burger has joined the company as Vice President of Marketing. Burger brings more than 20 years of experience in the publishing and information industry to the company, where he will be responsible for product marketing and development, branding and corporate communications. Burger will be based at the company’s headquarters in Danvers, MA.

“Bill’s arrival further strengthens our senior management team,” said Copyright Clearance Center President and CEO Joseph S. Alen. “His breadth and experience in the publishing and information content industries will be a great asset as we continue to create new services to meet the needs of publishers and our various customer markets.”

Until recently, Burger was Senior Vice President of New Ventures for Rogers Medical Intelligence Solutions. Previously, he served as Vice President of Content at iCopyright and Vice President of Content and Media Services at Infonautics Corp. Prior to that, he was Director of New Media Development and Educational Services for AT&T. Burger also has consulted for a number of information content companies directly, and as a Vice President and Senior Analyst at Outsell, Inc.

Starting in 1981, Burger worked for 14 years at Newsweek magazine in New York, Tokyo and London, where he held the positions of Senior Writer, Senior Editor and European Economics Editor.

About Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.

Copyright Clearance Center is the world’s premier provider of copyright licensing and compliance solutions for the information content industry. A trusted intermediary between copyright holders and content users, the company facilitates the exchange of reuse rights and royalties through a wide range of licensing services. Copyright Clearance Center manages the rights to millions of works and represents more than 9,600 publishers and hundreds of thousands of authors and other creators. The company’s streamlined, convenient compliance solutions enable more than 10,000 corporations and subsidiaries, including nearly all of the Fortune 100, and thousands of government agencies, law firms, document suppliers, libraries, academic institutions, copy shops and bookstores to respect the rights of copyright holders and lawfully reuse the copyright-protected information they need to drive their business. Founded in 1978, Copyright Clearance Center is headquartered in Danvers, Massachusetts. For more information, visit copyright.com


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