February 14, 2020
Scott Winner, (CEO of Ingenta) will be chairing an Insights Seminar at The London Book Fair on Tuesday 10th March at 11:30am in The Olympic room in the Grand Hall. Scott alongside a panel of experts will discuss intellectual property and the best practices for managing it. The London Book Fair 2020 takes place on 10th to 12th March in Olympia, London, UK and offers an excellent chance to learn how intellectual property best practices are evolving and the solutions which can help manage it. The book fair also provides a great opportunity to meet Ingenta and PCG on our stand 3C10.
As text, audio and video converge in new media, publishers face complex challenges to traditional rights models for their intellectual property. The conflict between publishers and Audible over speech-to-text is only the most recent in a series of cases that have pushed publishers to rethink their contracts, rights and royalties. This panel will explore best practices in emerging areas — including licensing single images, chapters and other permissions, and selling podcast rights alongside traditional audiobook rights – as well as strategies for quickly identifying new rights opportunities and markets not currently exploited. The participants will also discuss how to avoid violating the rights of other parties and to ensure that appropriate royalties are paid to all rights holders.
Scott Winner, CEO of Ingenta, has been driving technology solutions in publishing since 2004, leading the way to increased profits and new markets for publishers and other information-based businesses.
Jeffery Corrick, Director of Permissions at Penguin Random House, is currently a member of the BISG Rights Committee and “Rights Taxonomy” subcommittee.
Howard W. Fisher, Managing Director, The Fisher Company, advises publishers on international mergers and acquisitions.
Lloyd J. Jassin, a publishing and intellectual property attorney, advises authors, agents, literary estates, publishing industry professionals, trade organizations, book publishers, film and television producers.
Kris Kliemann, President of Kliemann & Company LLC, advises companies on strategies for maximizing reach and revenue generated from their publishing programs, and is also the head of the Rights Committee for the Book Industry Study Group.
We hope you can come along. Please visit The London Book Fair Insights Seminar Programme to find out more or visit The London Book Fair website.
Ingenta and PCG will also be exhibiting at The London Book Fair and we welcome you to our shared stand 3C10, which is upstairs in the National Gallery. The Ingenta team will be available to discuss your software/platform requirements and will be able to tell you about an exciting new product – Ingenta Folio which will be launched at the book fair. The PCG team will also be able to explain how they could help grow your sales pipeline and about the range of other publishing support services they offer.
To book a meeting with one of our team please contact them directly:
|Dave Borley – (Ingenta)||Dave.Borley@ingenta.com||+44 (0)7850 716403|
|Caroline Moore – (Ingenta)||Caroline.Moore@ingenta.com||+44 (0)1865 397866|
|Donna Loews – (PCG)||DLoews@pcgplus.com||+1 617 395-4044 OR +1 617 257-7547|