Tagged: IP

Publishers warn mooted copyright change is 'concrete threat' to industry

Leading publishers have added their voices to warnings about a government-mooted change to copyright, saying it could "degrade quality" across the trade and is a "concrete threat" to... Read more

Karen Ball launches IP consultancy

Karen Ball, former publisher at Little, Brown Young Readers, is launching a new consultancy to help content generators develop intellectual property. Read more

Publishers should be 'scared' about the future of IP

Publishers should be "scared" about their "lack of ability to develop IP in the next five years", the head of digital marketing platform SuperAwesome has... Read more

Egmont restructures licensing business

Egmont Publishing has created two global divisions for its licensed content business across books and magazines: Global Licensing Management and Global Content Development. The new... Read more

Hachette Children’s appoints licensing director

Hachette Children’s Group (HCG) has appointed Katie Price, former global director of publishing at HIT Entertainment and Mattel, as licensing director. Price will take up... Read more

Manga fears over Trans-Pacific Partnership

Blatant derivatives of best-selling manga, hitherto tolerated by publishers in Japan, face extinction because of TPP rules, say fans and creators. Manga readers have taken... Read more

Scholastic partners with SuperAwesome

Publisher Scholastic UK has teamed up with SuperAwesome, a children’s marketing platform, to find new authors and intellectual property (IP) creators. Under the terms of... Read more

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