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From the “Beyond the Book” archives:
BTB #59: Copyright, Small Publishers and the Future
Christopher Kenneally, Director of Author Relations at Copyright Clearance Center hosts a teleconference with Scott Flora, Executive Director of the Small Publishers Association of North America, Michael Healy from the Book Industry Study Group, and Dru Zuretti, Copyright Clearance Center’s Manager of Copyright Education.
The group talks about ways in which small publishers can improve and enhance their organizations through Copyright Clearance Center’s services, ways in which the small publisher market is changing, and recent trends for improving overall business practice.
BTB #37: Copyright and Protection
In this episode, Traci Bisson, President and Senior Publicist of Bisson Barcelona, talks with Christopher Kenneally, Director of Author Relations at the Copyright Clearance Center about copyrighting and protecting one’s work.
Kenneally offers background information on copyright basics and gives authors a list of resources to begin the process of copyrighting their work.
This podcast was originally recorded on November 15, 2007.
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BTB #5: What Are Publishers Looking for in Authors?
Beyond the Book’s Christopher Kenneally hosts a panel discussion on how to succeed in text and academic publishing in the digital age with Ted Buchholz, former SVP of Copyright Clearance Center; Diane Feldman, principal of AuthorCraft Editorial Services; Michael Lennie, an attorney specializing in representing authors; and Dru Zuretti, an instructor, consultant and speaker on education publishing.
This podcast was originally recorded at the Text and Academic Authors Association (TAA) in Las Vegas in June 2005.
Dru Zuretti: What Are Publishers Looking for in Authors?