Archive | October, 2007

BTB #30: Copyright 2.0 Tips from the SIIA Conference

Web 2.0 has presented an entirely new set of challenges as we deal in a world where user generated content is the norm and new content delivery schemes are rapidly changing. Mashups, blogs and RSS feeds to name a few are enabling content to be delivered to our desktops in new and unique ways. Copyright […]

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Upcoming Seminar: Copyright in Today’s Academic World

With electronic course materials quickly outpacing the use of textbooks and online content the preferred source of information for researchers, applying the rules of copyright can be quite challenging. You’ve got questions. And we have answers. Join us for a one-day educational workshop on the basics of copyright and how to apply it in today’s […]

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BTB #29: Creating Press Kits that Deliver

Rick Frishman is a lecturer on publishing and public relations, co-author of multiple books including Guerrilla Marketing For Writers: 100 Weapons for Selling Your Work and Guerrilla Publicity: Hundreds of Sure-Fire Tactics to Get Maximum Sales for Minimum Dollars, and the President of Planned Television Arts. In “Creating Press Kits that Deliver,” Frishman shares his […]

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Upcoming Event: Inside Book Contract Preparation and Negotiation

On October 20 (1:45PM – 3:15PM), we will be participating in the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Science Writers. Christopher Kenneally will be joined by Jan Kardys to present Inside Book Contract Preparation and Negotiation. Drawing on her background in contract preparation and negotiation for a number of leading publishers including Time Warner, […]

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Upcoming Event: Copyright Do’s and Don’ts

Please join us for Copyright Do’s and Don’ts at the American Medical Writers Association Annual Conference on October 11 (2:00PM – 3:00PM). Christopher Kenneally and Dru Zuretti of Copyright Clearance Center will host a lively discussion of where we stand in the world of copyright, what has already changed in recent years, and what changes […]

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