In an ever-changing business landscape, being able to copy and share newspaper and magazine articles is vital to staying informed – and ad-hoc content needs can arise.
Newspaper and magazine articles are copyright-protected.If your employees want to reuse a full article, part of an article or specific content such as figures, tables or graphs, they will need permission from the copyright owner to do so.
And when an article doesn’t fall under your newspaper subscriptions or existing copyright licensing arrangements, specific rights have to be cleared.
The Copyright Agency’s RightsPortal News and Magazines online licensing platform makes it simple for you to reuse the specific pieces of content you need, when you need them. It provides Pay-Per-Use rights for the text from more than 700 Australian news and magazines titles.
A News and Magazines Pay-Per-Use Copyright Licence enables you to use newspaper and magazine content in a range of ways including:
Developed in conjunction with Australian newspaper and magazine publishers, RightsPortal News and Magazines allows you to purchase Pay-Per-Use licences to copy and share Australian newspaper and magazine content:
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Allow your company to share newspaper and magazine content externally with permission of the publisher*
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“Our licence really assists with the workflow, because we are assured that we simply can proceed with sharing information freely, at the same time knowing we are doing the right thing by the creators of the articles or other material.”Sue Godwin,
Knowledge Services Coordinator,
Research, Library & Information Services
“We use published content on a daily basis – it is essential to both internal and external service delivery. The licence gives us peace of mind that we are copyright compliant across our business.”Narelle McGinty,
Medical Information Associate
“The licence is an asset the company could not function effectively without. We understand the investment that goes into producing quality products and we want to ensure we pay fairly for the high-quality information that we rely on, on a day to day basis.
We are proud to our commitment to copyright compliance.”
Head of Corporate Communications
Mitsubishi Motors Australia
A News and Magazine Pay-Per-Use Copyright Licence: