audio rights

audio rights

noun audio cassette rights, audio reproouction rights, compact disc rights, sound recording rights Generally: secondary rights, subsidiary rights
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Publishing house Simon & Schuster announced on Wednesday that its imprint Gallery Books has acquired North American, Open Market and Audio rights to West Winging It: An Unpresidential Memoir by Pat Cunnane, which is due to be published in June next year.
Ajay Sethi, Chairman of the Dubai-based Channel 2 Group that has exclusive global audio rights from the International Cricket Council (ICC) till the 2023 World Cup, can be seen busy coordinating the whole commentary team.
Dar Al-Tanweer Publishing House also plans to obtain the audio rights for the author's novels in the upcoming period.
For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, book-signings and any inquiries involving publishing, television and film rights as well as foreign and audio rights, please contact Lea Cabalar, fierceandfabpromotions@gmail.
In addition, US and audio rights for Second-Hand Time were acquired by Random House editor Samuel Nicholson from Jacques Testard at British publisher Fitzcarraldo Editions.
The composer has handed the master copy to Sony Music India, which holds the audio rights of the film, reported (http://timesofindia.
On the most basic level, with a children's project--and licensed brands in particular--you may be about to enter a minefield where you'll trip against gaming rights, animation rights, film rights, other publishers' rights, education rights, audio rights, comic/magazine rights.
New Delhi, Delhi, March 21 -- A consortium of Times Internet Limited (TIL) and Nimbus Communication Limited (Nimbus)has acquired the Indian Premier League global Internet, mobile and audio rights, along with television rights in specific territories outside India for the next 4 years.
There are also audio rights for theater, movies, computer games.
I've set up a company called Poison Diaries Ltd and we own the film rights, the audio rights and we're looking at merchandising, licensing, branding.
Stating that authors' contracts include only display rights, not audio rights, for e-books, the guild believes using TTS infringes on an author's right to collect a royalty for the audio playback and, as such, violates the author's e-book contracts.
Key strategies: Increase funding for research, proof of concept, and commercial hardening of approaches to accessible design of mainstream products to advance understanding in this area; craft accessibility regulations so as to help employees build business cases; (3) Ensure that access to the Internet and other virtual environments is provided, as it has been to physical places of public accommodation; (4) Address new barriers to the accessibility of digital media caused by digital rights management (DRM), including when visual and audio rights are sold separately; (5) Base all policy regarding information and communication technology (ICT) accessibility on a realization of the importance of the business case.