Knight Ridder Goes Live with Copyright Clearance Center's Rightslink as Its Digital Rights Management Solution.
DANVERS, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 13, 2002
Customers Can Get Instant Rights to Reproduce re·pro·duce
1. To produce a counterpart, an image, or a copy of something.
2. To bring something to mind again.
3. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means. Articles from More
Than 30 Online Publications, Including The Miami Herald,
The Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Inquirer
Morning newspaper, long one of the most influential dailies in the eastern U.S. Founded in 1847 as the Pennsylvania Inquirer, it took its present name c. 1860. It was a strong supporter of the Union in the American Civil War. and The San Jose Mercury News The San Jose Mercury News is the major daily newspaper in San Jose, California and Silicon Valley. The paper is owned by MediaNews Group. Its headquarters and printing plant are located in North San Jose next to the Nimitz Freeway (Interstate 880).
Copyright Clearance Center Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) is a not-for-profit U.S. company based in Danvers, Massachusetts, that provides collective copyright licensing services for corporate and academic users of copyrighted materials. (CCC CCC
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Knight Ridder (IPA: /ˈrɪdɚ/) was an American media company, specializing in newspaper and Internet publishing. Digital, the operator of the Real Cities network of local media Web sites, today announced that Rightslink has gone live on more than 30 of Knight Ridder's online publications. Rightslink, CCC's popular digital rights management solution, enables publishers to license the use of their copyrighted content, 24/7, directly from their Web sites.
The participating Knight Ridder publications include well-known newspapers such as The Miami Herald (www.miami.com), the Philadelphia Inquirer (www.philly.com) and The San Jose Mercury News (www.bayarea.com).
"The addition of Knight Ridder, the second-largest newspaper publisher in the U.S., boosts Rightslink's growing momentum and affirms our leadership in online, point-of-content licensing services," said Bob Weiner, CCC's vice president, sales and rightsholder relations. "Rightslink is a great tool for publishers and users alike because it makes the permissioning and payment process simple and straightforward, increasing the likelihood of compliance."
Ken Doctor, vice president of content services with Knight Ridder Digital, said Rightslink is a key part of Knight Ridder's intent to establish the consumer and business value of its award-winning editorial content. "Rightslink makes it fast and easy for consumers to pay for unique, premium information at the point-of-content, which is the key to compliance," Doctor said. "Rightslink does the calculation and the transaction right on our Web sites, leaving the consumer free to resume browsing as soon as the transaction is completed. We chose Rightslink for its one-stop-shopping convenience."
Rightslink extends the value of Web content to consumers by licensing additional uses, such as republication The reexecution or reestablishment by a testator of a will that he or she had once revoked.
REPUBLICATION. An act done by a testator from which it can be concluded that be intended that an instrument which had been revoked by him, should operate as his will; or it is in books, CD/DVDs, magazines, journals, newspapers and newsletters, as well as posting on Web sites. The service also helps publishers by providing real-time access to sales data, such as the content most popular with customers. By leveraging this information, publishers such as Knight Ridder can better serve the marketplace while effectively maximizing their return on assets Return on assets (ROA)
Indicator of profitability. Determined by dividing net income for the past 12 months by total average assets. Result is shown as a percentage. ROA can be decomposed into return on sales (net income/sales) multiplied by asset utilization (sales/assets). .
About Copyright Clearance Center
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, is the world's largest licensing agent for text reproduction rights and provider of many licensing services for reproducing copyrighted materials in print and electronic formats. The company was formed in 1978 to facilitate compliance with U.S. copyright law. CCC currently manages rights relating to relating to relate prep → concernant
relating to relate prep → bezüglich +gen, mit Bezug auf +acc over 1.75 million works and represents more than 9,600 publishers and hundreds of thousands of authors and other creators, directly or through their representatives. CCC-licensed customers in the U.S. number over 10,000 corporations and subsidiaries (including most of the Fortune 100 companies), as well as thousands of government agencies, law firms This list of the world's largest law firms by revenue is taken from The Lawyer and The American Lawyer and is ordered by 2006 revenue:
About Knight Ridder Digital
Knight Ridder Digital, a leader in local information and classified services on the Web, helps consumers make the most of their local online experiences on the Internet. Knight Ridder Digital develops and manages the Internet properties of Knight Ridder, the nation's second-largest newspaper publisher. Knight Ridder Digital is the founder and operator of Real Cities, the largest national network of city and regional Web sites.
Copyright Clearance Center and the CCC logo are registered trademarks of Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. Rightslink is a trademark of Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.