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Arts & Culture Podcasts

A series of recordings from the Copyright Clearance Center

A series of recordings from the Copyright Clearance Center

Location:

United States

Description:

A series of recordings from the Copyright Clearance Center

Language:

English

Contact:

303-641-0946


Episodes

Investment Banker Tells Publishers Buyer Interest Is Strong

10/22/2021
Investor interest in publishers is rising because publishers have a commodity that many businesses covet. “They have the content. They have the storytellers,” Robin Warner told Frankfurt Book Fair.

Duration:00:16:57

Publishing Takes On Climate Change

10/17/2021
“Publishers across our sector must think about their responsibility for our collective environment,” says Michiel Kolman.

Duration:00:19:54

A Tale of Two Frankfurt Book Fairs

10/15/2021
For Frankfurt Book Fair in 2021, programming stretches over two weeks and will be presented in two ways: online and at the Messe fairgrounds.

Duration:00:13:30

Fashion & IP: A Good Fit

10/10/2021
Following fashion is essential to some and may seem silly to others, yet fashion brands are economic powerhouses and barometers of social change.

Duration:00:16:17

Supply Chain Worries for Holiday Book Sales

10/8/2021
Supply chain issues facing the book business this holiday season and beyond were years in the making.

Duration:00:17:44

Licensing Comes to Podcasting

10/3/2021
Producing podcasts has never have been more lucrative. For top-shelf creators, producers, distributors and platforms, podcasting may be an end in itself – or it can serve as a bridge to film, television, and publishing.

Duration:00:22:33

Ranks of Top Publishers in 2020 Announced

10/1/2021
55 publishing groups with combined reported revenue for 2020 of nearly $68 billion are included in this year’s ranking. Total 2020 revenue is down about 6% from 2019, though a significant portion of that decline is owing to currency fluctuations.

Duration:00:15:51

Data Direction for Publishers

9/26/2021
“You’re not only a book buyer, consumer, reader, or a consumer of other media. What we saw in our data was that those that were avid in books were avid across other media,” says Dr. Rachel Noorda,

Duration:00:20:52

Amazon & Big 5 Tell Judge: No Conspiracy Here

9/24/2021
“The alleged conspiracy—in which the five largest American trade publishers are alleged to have banded together to give Amazon monopoly pricing power over e-books—fundamentally makes no sense.”

Duration:00:16:42

Paying for the News

9/19/2021

Duration:00:18:04

A Decade of Podcasting

9/17/2021
CCC and PW are marking today the Tenth Anniversary of our weekly conversation together.

Duration:00:42:36

Best of VOC: Rights Management & ROI

9/12/2021
Over the past two decades, technology has transformed rights management from back-office clerical function to strategic opportunity across many sectors of publishing.

Duration:00:16:54

A 9/11 Tribute

9/10/2021
After 20 years, Publishers Weekly writers and editors are recalling 9/11. “The PW staff did a remarkable job capturing early reactions to the historic event,” says editorial director Jim Milliot.

Duration:00:12:00

Best of VOC: Why Golden Oldies Are Hot Investments

9/5/2021
While the music industry experienced financial carnage in the first decade of digital disruption, streaming has restored the business to growth by playing your favorite song.

Duration:00:17:02

“That Morning Was a Little Crazy”

8/29/2021
What happened to Gonzalez was a transient ischemic attack (TIA), also called, "a mini-stroke."

Duration:00:12:12

How Open Science Is Shaping Research Workflow

8/22/2021
Part business model, part ideology, Open Science emphasizes collaboration and transparency for research and research-related publications.

Duration:00:12:56

Can Substack Succeed At Serialization?

8/20/2021
Serialization efforts may soon have a greater impact on the book business, reaching readers not inclined to browse a bookstore.

Duration:00:14:46

Saving Copyright for UK Authors & Publishers

8/15/2021
In June, the UK’s Intellectual Property Office announced it will look at changes to the exhaustion of intellectual property rights. Essentially, exhaustion of IP rights is a limit on the control that copyright holders and others have over physical distribution of their works, such as books, in markets around the world.

Duration:00:11:42

Delta Variant Thwarts Hachette Office Return

8/13/2021
The rise of the Delta variant of SARS-COV-2 has moved one major publisher to reverse plans to return to the office.

Duration:00:13:57

Blockchain Enthusiast

8/8/2021
Darrell Gunter has helped bring to market digital-driven initiatives such as Factiva, ScienceDirect, Scopus, and others. The technology next-in-line to transform publishing, says the industry veteran, will be blockchain.

Duration:00:17:06