Archive | December, 2010

BTB #202: Licensing: The Sequel (Part 2)

At Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Copyright Clearance Center joined with the school and LexisNexis on November 8, 2010 to present The Intellectual Property Lecture Series. In this second of two installments for “Licensing: The Sequel,” CCC’s Vice President & General Counsel Fred Haber and Mark Seeley, senior vice president and general counsel at […]

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BTB #201: Licensing: The Sequel (Part 1)

At Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Copyright Clearance Center joined with the school and LexisNexis on November 8, 2010 to present The Intellectual Property Lecture Series. In this first of two installments presenting “Licensing: The Sequel,” entertainment industry attorney Patti Jones and advertising executive Lenora Cushing discuss with Christopher Kenneally why trends in music […]

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BTB #200: Ingram’s Prichard on Reinventing Publishing

At PubWest 2010 in November, Skip Prichard, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ingram Content Group, Inc. delivered a keynote address that urged his audience to embrace the new and rethink the old, when it comes to business models for publishing. By moving boldly, Prichard advised, innovative publishers can revolutionize the reading experience and help […]

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BTB #199: Copyright and the Economics of Creativity

Does the Copyright Royalty and Distribution Reform Act of 2004 sufficiently meet the demands of the digital age? This morning on Capitol Hill, New York Newsday Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Ellis Henican moderated a lively discussion that addressed this question, and many other critical legislative and regulatory issues. The Copyright Clearance Center-sponsored event wondered out loud […]

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BTB #198: Forrester Reports on eBook Buying Trends

A year that began with the debut of the iPad is about to end with the arrival under holiday trees of all manner of eReaders. The publication of a Forrester Research paper “eBook Buying Is About to Spiral Upward” by James McQuivey, Vice President and Principal Analyst, foresees many more eBooks and many more eReaders […]

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