foreign language rights

foreign language rights

noun foreign interpretaaion rights, foreign translation rights, nonresidential translaaion rights
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To support the franchise, the foreign language rights to the Emilia Cruz books are currently available.
After only three days in book shops, the book -- which bears a bright red strap announcing the work as an aide to understanding the events of 11 September -- and which is subtitled: The secret file on the world's most sought after terrorist -- has already sold 15,000 copies, and that number will undoubtedly increase, not only as the book becomes known throughout France, but as Mr Picollec negotiates foreign language rights.
Grindstone is acquiring all North American rights while Cinema Management Group is selling the foreign language rights.
Leveraging the inherent strength of syndication, The Mondo Network intends to develop into a global brand with a library of intellectual properties that generate revenue from multiple sources, including syndication licensing, advertising, e-commerce, merchandising, foreign language rights, television and direct-to-video production, and ancillary licensing revenue (toys, etc.
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