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Presentation from Michael Healy, Copyright Clearance Center, at the BISG June 11, 2014 Rights Summit, looking at issues affecting the publishing industry in the management and transmission of rights ...

Presentation from Michael Healy, Copyright Clearance Center, at the BISG June 11, 2014 Rights Summit, looking at issues affecting the publishing industry in the management and transmission of rights and rights data.

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    BISG Rights Summit June 11, 2014 (Michael Healy, Copyright Clearance Center) BISG Rights Summit June 11, 2014 (Michael Healy, Copyright Clearance Center) Presentation Transcript

    • Managing rights data: Examining friction & exploring solutions Michael Healy Executive Director, International Relations BISG Rights Summit New York, June 11th 2014
    • Defining our terms • Rights data = data relating to: – Primary contracts – Mandates/delegations of rights – Rights – Permissions – Licenses 2
    • The basics … • Are there problems? • Are they sufficiently serious to justify spending time looking for solutions? • Can they be fixed? • Are they problems susceptible to systematic, industry-wide solutions? • Are they “BISG problems”? 6/17/20143
    • Opinions • Publishing is a rights business • Every online transaction is a rights transaction • Signs of good practice are evident • New industry entrants with different expectations are driving change
    • Challenges • Failing to see the whole • Rights silos • Automation as a threat • Justifying investments • Necessary complexity • Strategic management buy-in
    • Reasons to be cheerful? • Some foundations in place? • Linked Content Coalition • Rights Data Integration project • UK Copyright Hub
    • Contact: Michael Healy mhealy@copyright.com www.copyright.com