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.
“Your smartphone likes message-based information. It doesn’t handle long, endless scrolling of data very well. So, the first thing we looked at is how do we disaggregate information and then put it back together?”read more
Heading into 2017, the Frankfurt Book Fair is simply a better event, says Andrew Albanese. The Literary Agents & Scouts Center (LitAg) has set a new attendance record with about 500 tables sold this year.read more
Frankfurt Book Fair “Hot Spot” Presentations Highlight Digital Transformation Journey.read more
Giving readers the best reading experience, protecting their freedom to buy their e-books and e-readers where they want, and with the guarantee of the interoperabilityread more
Rights and permissions have evolved from a back-office service department that was supposed to get stuff done and stay out of the way. In the modern era, with the introduction of software packages and digital rights management, these departments have become significant revenue producers.read more
The French language is a wide and open language, a very living language, and very diverse. The French language doesn’t belong to the French people anymore.read more
Like Hillary Clinton’s emails, her latest memoir was supposed to remain secret (at least, until the September 12 publication date)read more
In the European Union, France and Germany dominate economically, politically, and culturally. In October at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the Franco-German alliance will take center stage when France is the annual guest of honor at the world’s largest publishing industry trade show.read more
Wherever lawmakers attempt so-called “copyright reform,” the work is arduous and time-consuming. In the European Union, stakeholders speak two dozen official languages and hail from 28 nations.read more