NATIONAL SEMINAR SERIES 2016

Making Copyright Work for You

The Australian Copyright Council presents Making Copyright Work for You, a brand new seminar program offering practical sessions on topics such as:

  • Commercialising Copyright – this session covers identifying and valuing copyright; buying, selling and licensing copyright; and distribution models.
  • Protecting Your Copyright – this session looks at applying the copyright notice; using contracts to protect copyright; Digital Rights Management; and enforcing your copyright.
  • Working with Copyright  Getting it Right – this session deals with licencing and clearing copyright; risk management; and what to do when things go wrong.
  • Social Media – this session addresses how copyright applies online; dealing with user-generated content; linking, embedding and sharing; and minimising risk online.

Whether you create, manage, or use copyright material, these seminars will help make copyright work for you.


Event Info

Date
25 Jul 2016 - 27 Jul 2016

Location
Saxons, Level 11, 300 Adelaide St, Brisbane

Cost
Early bird pricing ends 4 May


Website
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Event Calendar

Feb

26

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Feb

26

A workshop with musician and counsellor Deborah Hart exploring the thoughts, feelings and memories that have stopped you singing.

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Feb

26

Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) is calling for applications from artists and scientists for their prestigious Synapse Residency program, which supports creative research collaborations between more than 100 artists and scientists.

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Feb

26

The Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund (ARAF) supports arts projects that celebrate and promote Aboriginal cultural identities in regional NSW and, by doing so, make the rich and diverse Aboriginal cultures of regional NSW more visible and accessible.

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Feb

27

Grab some F2F time with the state's top music industry pros.

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