Cision presents an AMEC WEBINAR: Going Global – Serving Clients With International Content
 

Cision presents an AMEC WEBINAR: Going Global – Serving Clients With International Content

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AMEC, in association with FIBEP and Press Database and Licensing Network (PDLN), is pleased to invite you to a complimentary webinar on Thursday, March 20th at London 14:00 GMT; Paris 15:00 CET; New ...

AMEC, in association with FIBEP and Press Database and Licensing Network (PDLN), is pleased to invite you to a complimentary webinar on Thursday, March 20th at London 14:00 GMT; Paris 15:00 CET; New York 10:00 EST; and Chicago 09:00 CST.

This webinar is seen as a practical consultation exercise and will cover the following issues of accessing content across borders:

• The growing importance of international content as the number of
global RFPs increases.

• Working towards simpler agreements for end users and media
monitoring firms.

• The need for a “keep it simple” model that puts users first.

PDLN has already forwarded ideas for AMEC and FIBEP to consider. Please review before the webinar: http://us.cision.com/webinars/PDLN-ideas.pdf

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    		 Cision presents an AMEC WEBINAR: Going Global – Serving Clients With International Content Cision presents an AMEC WEBINAR: Going Global – Serving Clients With International Content Presentation Transcript

    • Serving Clients With International Content Christophe Dickès - Global Copyright Director Christophe.dickes@kantarmedia.com @C_DICKES 22 X 2013 1
    • European overview 02/05/2014 2
    • Who pays and to whom? 02/05/2014 3
    • The price is usually set depending on:  The number of users  The type of product or used  The type of press (national & regional: ; magazines: ; etc.) The Price changes:  From a country to other one.  Three main levels of prices  Ex: Prices per article for a Press review sent to 50 users* How much does it cost? 02/05/2014 4 *From the less expensive to the most expensive 0,09€ < x <1€ 1,5€ < x < 2,70€ x < 4€
    • Different levels of content control 02/05/2014 5
    • International copyright Management Two models 02/05/2014 6 RRO (Fr) NATIONAL Reproduction Right Organisation (RRO) 1 2 5 3 NATIONAL Reproduction Right Organisation (RRO) MMO MMO (Fr) MMO (Ger) MMO (Sp.) Etc. 4 2 3 4 1 RRO (Sp.) RRO (UK) Etc.
    • 1.Three principles Fair Price: a price that would respect each market Fair Market: to avoid unfair competition on copyright Fair Use: a use that would respect each market 2.Keep in mind that we work on behalf of our clients too Simple to work with Simple to understand With a simple business model What about the futur 02/05/2014 7
    • Thank you for your attention Christophe.dickes@kantarmedia.com C_DICKES 8