Welcome to Copyright Clearance Center’s podcast series.
Every Monday and Friday, Beyond the Book brings you breaking news and thoughtful analysis from across the dynamic global content industry. Hear how leading authors, editors and publishers are managing digital change and thriving in a world of innovation. Beyond the Book is produced by Copyright Clearance Center, a global leader in content management, discovery and document delivery solutions that accelerate knowledge, power publishing and advance copyright.
“We’ve seen readers drift away from the use of dedicated e-readers for e-book consumption to their smartphones – and that is a key point.”read more
Taking the time to search for and identify trends in information management offers rich rewards: When patterns reveal themselves, we learn about the world in new ways.read more
When you bother to look into content and into consumers, you find we are about to reinvent the whole game.read more
Bill O’Reilly, the creator of the so-called ‘no-spin zone’ has now entered the no job zone.read more
The “Register of Copyrights Selection and Accountability Act of 2017” would change how the US Register of Copyrights is appointed – from a designee of the Librarian of Congress to an appointee of the President. Why change the longstanding practice, and why change it now?read more
Political intrigue may kill hope for passage of copyright reform.read more
In times of political division and heightened concerns for the future, particularly around free speech and intellectual freedom, what are the roles independent publishers and authors should play? In such times, what are the responsibilities of independent publishers and authors?read more
This week in Beijing, the China Written Works Copyright Society (CWWCS) and Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) are co-organizers for a day-long seminar on copyright challenges and solutions for digital libraries and university e-campuses.read more
The Register of Copyrights Selection and Accountability Act (H.R. 1695), which would make the Register of Copyrights a presidential appointee, cleared its first legislative hurdle last week, passing the House Judiciary Committee by a 27-1 vote, less than a week after...read more