NLA Media Access Appoints New Chairman
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by eClips Team
3y ago
London, 19th October 2020 NLA Media Access is pleased to announce the appointment of Clive Marshall as non-executive Chairman. Clive joins the Board and will take over as Chairman with effect from 19th October 2020. Brian McCarthy will retire from the Board after eight years, including serving as interim Chairman for the past 12-months. Marshall is currently CEO of PA Media Group, the parent company of PA, the national news agency for the UK and Ireland. Since taking up the role in February 2010, Clive has implemented a successful diversification strateg ..read more
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NLA Simplified Licence
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by NLA
4y ago
Today we are pleased to announce the launch of a completely new licence.  Whether you are renewing your NLA licence, or applying for a licence for the first time, you may wish to consider the Simplified Licence. In a nutshell, the Simplified Licence provides the same cover as the current Business Licence and Web End User Licence combined.  It allows you to make and receive web, digital (e.g. scan, email, PDF) and paper copies from all the newspaper, magazine, and website titles we represent.  Plus, copying limits and user numbers are much simpler to understand. The Simplified Li ..read more
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NLA Appoints Chairman
NLA media access | Company Blog
by eClips Team
4y ago
NLA Appoints Chairman  NLA Media Access is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian McCarthy as Chairman, with immediate effect. He succeeds Tim Brooks, who retired as Chairman in September. Managing Director, Henry Jones said: “I’m delighted that Brian is taking on the Chairmanship of NLA at an exciting time for the business. He brings with him a wealth of experience from the industry, including direct experience of the NLA Board, which will be invaluable in hitting the ground running.” Brian McCarthy commented: “I am looking forward to working with Henry and the team as the NLA continues ..read more
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Introducing NLA’s new ‘Title Search’ tool
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by Amber Harding
4y ago
If you’ve been browsing our website lately, you may have noticed a new feature in our navigation bar labelled ‘Title Search’. We’re delighted to (formally) introduce you to this new tool. Step 1/3: Visit NLA's new Title Search webpage Title Search is a new tool from NLA media access that allows users to check which titles (print and online) are available under NLA licences. The search function provides all the information you need during a licence purchase to make sure you get the copyright permissions you require for your business. NLA is pleased to debut this new service as part of our o ..read more
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Helping schools get the news they need with the NLA Schools Licence
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by Amber Harding
4y ago
NLA media access is dedicated to supporting journalism. Our efforts however are not just in the form of returning licensing revenue back to publishers. As children around the UK prepare to go back to school, the summer break is also over for NLA’s News Library. Our online database of more than 150 national and regional newspapers is a free service that allows thousands of teachers to search, filter and access pdf news articles (dating back as far as 2006) for use in lessons. From English lessons on writing the perfect exposé to science classes discussing the latest medical breakthroughs; newsp ..read more
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Tim Brooks to step down as NLA Chairman
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by eClips Team
5y ago
NLA Media Access has announced that Tim Brooks is to step down as Chairman after six years at the helm. Tim joined the company in 2014 and has overseen the transformation of the business, inducting a new Managing Director, Commercial Director, Chief Digital Officer and General Counsel/Company Secretary, while delivering 50% growth in revenues.  Tim commented: “I am proud of what NLA has achieved over the last six years. It has been a pleasure to work with the team, and I leave happy knowing that my successor inherits a highly professional and successful management.” Managing Director, Henry Jo ..read more
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PPA Festival 2019 – NLA brief publishers on new ways to monetise their content
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by Amber Harding
5y ago
NLA media access recently hosted a roundtable at The PPA festival - the magazine industry’s biggest event of the year. The day-long festival concentrates on the challenges and opportunities facing consumer magazine and business media brands today.   NLA’s roundtable focused on one of the major issues facing the magazine industry today: monetisation. In an increasingly digital world, publishers have been grappling with new ways to profit from their content while ensuring they are protecting this content from copyright infringement. Publisher representatives from leading brands and industry expe ..read more
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NMA & NLA: the importance of partnership in 2019
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by News Media Association deputy chief executive Lynn
5y ago
Lynne Anderson- News Media Association deputy chief executiveAt the start of 2019, the year ahead promised to be one of partnership and collaboration, both for the News Media Association and the local and national news media publishers we represent.   The past few months have seen the industry forge ahead with several successful joint initiatives. On the commercial side, the Ozone Project has seen a number of national titles come together to bring a powerful new joint digital sales package into the marketplace. For the local sector, the Local News Partnership with the BBC has been widely ackno ..read more
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CWRL Micro: a new price for the smallest companies
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by eClips Team
5y ago
One of the NLA’s newest licences is the Corporate Web Republishing Licence (CWRL); an optional licence, it allows copies and excerpts of articles to be placed on organisations’ websites. This is particularly useful for those companies who want to use the valuable publicity of media coverage to shine a light on their work. To date over 950 companies hold a CWRL, with over 23,000 articles featured. The licence also allows posting of media content onto social platforms. Following a recent review NLA has launched a new “Micro” size banding for companies with a turnover of less than £2million. This ..read more
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How our Online Article Tracker System (OATS) helps detect copyright abuse
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by eClips Team
5y ago
Copyright abuse is a major issue that affects all publishers and creators of original content. It’s easier now, more than ever, for content to be taken, copied and plagiarised without permission of the original copyright owner. This can present a significant issue for newspaper and magazine publishers as they rely on their unique, quality content to distinguish them in a world of fake news. In 2014, NLA media access (NLA) created the Online Article Tracking System (OATS), which uses our unique database to search for, and detect, thousands of instances of copyright abuse across vast quantities ..read more
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