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October 31st, 2013 | By: Karen Saunders

20 Copyright and Clearance Tips for Self-Publishers

A recent Colorado Independent Publishers Association meeting featured copyright and permissions presentations by John R. Tandler of Ryley, Carlock and Applewhite, and Joyce L. Miller of The Copyright Detective. Here are my notes from this very informative meeting on copyright clearance Not everything can be copyrighted. Only items that can be “fixed in a tangible medium” which then can be reproduced. For example, music that is recorded onto a tape or printed on a sheet, words that are printed on paper, a painting that is on canvas, a photo that is printed on paper or stored digitally all can be copyrighted….

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November 29th, 2010 | By: Karen Saunders

Copyright Tips for Self-Publishers and Authors

This compilation of copyright tips for self-publishers was written by Joyce Miller, one of the experts on my team who specializes in copyright clearance and permissions tracking. Here is her article: In today’s marketplace, whether you are a web designer, an author, a marketing specialist, or any other kind of creative professional, it is imperative that you have some knowledge of copyright laws and understand how to protect your work. Below are some copyright tips for self-publishers. Whether your valued work is a book, an image, a blog entry, or a website page, you should place a copyright notice on it that says to…

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