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Publishers to Earn Licensing Revenue Using CCC’s Rightslink Plus

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), a not-for-profit organization and provider of licensing solutions, announced a referral partnership with the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) in which ALPSP members can earn revenue from their online content utilizing CCC’s Rightslink Plus service at a discounted rate. Rightslink enables licensing of text and multimedia direct from publishers’ online content.

“At a critical time in publishing, ALPSP understands that its members can benefit greatly from a powerful, revenue-generating solution,” said Ian Russell, ALPSP chief executive. “Rightslink Plus provides the functionality our members need to increase customer satisfaction at a price that has never been more affordable.”

 

“With more than thirty years of experience brokering content for major publishers around the world, CCC has incorporated best practices and proven success methodologies in rights licensing into Rightslink Plus,” said Miles McNamee, vice president of licensing and business development at CCC. “We’ve lowered the barriers to market entry for publishers new to licensing their content online.”

 

Rightslink Plus automates the permissions process for content reuse with its sophisticated transaction engine, advanced levels of pricing flexibility, and licensing options.

 

Source: Copyright Clearance Center



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