The 2019 Copyright Webinar

Copyright and corporate media: Tips for keeping your organization in the clear

Thursday, July 11, 2019
1-2:15 p.m. Central time

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Copyright can be a tricky topic to navigate. Employees can access copyright-protected material as part of their daily work, and it's easily shareable, especially on social media. How do you ensure no one veers into copyright infringement? What falls under fair use?

Fear not. Join this webinar and learn how to avoid pitfalls in copyright law and how to protect yourself and your organization.

What you'll learn:

  • The essentials of copyright law
  • What is and is not copyright protected
  • The basics of the fair use doctrine and how it can help you
  • Tips for keeping your social media streams free of infringement

Don't miss this unique opportunity!

Price: $299

A webinar featuring Mary Jo Courchesne, Gryphon Publishing Consulting LLC

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Mary Jo Courchesne

Owner and principal rights consultantGryphon Publishing Consulting LLC

Mary Jo Courchesne is owner and principal rights consultant of Gryphon Publishing Consulting LLC. A publishing veteran with more than 20 years of experience in trade, academic and direct-response publishing, she has spent the last 18 years specializing in licensing, subsidiary rights and permissions. Courchesne is a polished presenter on copyright who firmly believes that everyone from authors to publishers to corporations should know their rights when it comes to intellectual property. She served as adjunct professor in George Washington University's Masters in Publishing program for 11 years, teaching a course titled "Editorial Content, Rights and Permissions."

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Reasons to sign up for this webinar

  • You'll learn from a copyright expert
  • You'll be able to watch live with your entire team
  • You'll receive all presentation slides and handouts
  • You'll get access to an on-demand recording

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