Screenbase gets to grips with rights

<p>Software specialist Screenbase Media is using the fair to launch GRIPrights, a new rights management package for publishers and agents.</p><p>Screenbase claims that the new software will make rights management more straightforward, flexible and secure. It will enable rights information to be shared among software users via the Internet using the ONIX standard, the format that enables the industry to exchange electronic information about books.</p><p>GRIPrights has been endorsed by Canongate and Curtis Brown, who have helped to develop the software. Screenbase has already worked with seve...

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