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Paper 9829:
ByLine: A Global Online Journalism Bank on trial within the IMPRIMATUR project

id 9829
authors Evans, Julian
year 1998
title ByLine: A Global Online Journalism Bank on trial within the IMPRIMATUR project
source Proceedings of an ICCC/IFIP Conference "Towards the Information Rich Society" held at the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary 20-22 April 1998/Edited by Fytton Rowland and John W T Smith. Washington D.C.: ICCC Press, 1998, 286 p. ISBN: 1-891365-02-9
summary Individual journalists have historically had little control over the republishing and syndication of their work. Open networks like the Internet, however, with their potential for many-to-many transmission, have offered technological opportunities for creators to band together and offer in collaboration what they could not offer alone. Taking up this baton on behalf of its writer members, the UK Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society has applied its twenty years' experience in tandem with technology from the European Commission-sponsored IMPRIMATUR project for the development of electronic copyright management systems, and launched the ByLine project: a global syndication and licensing service for journalists on the Internet. ALCS and IMPRIMATUR are partners in the first six-month trial, which was launched in January 1998 at http://www.universalbyline.com
series ELPUB:1998
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email journalism.one@alcs.co.uk
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