Usage Rights Workflow & DAM Implementation
October 30, 2014
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Convene Conference Center
New York, NY
As a result of globalization and the proliferation of new media delivery channels, publishers are struggling to gain control of their right to use and reuse content. In response, IDEAlliance launched a Task Force focused on Usage Rights in the spring of 2014. The recommendations resulting from this effort are being shared for the first time at this instructive 1-day workshop: Usage Rights Workflow & DAM Implementation, October 30, 2014, to be held at the Convene Conference Center in New York, NY.
The Workshop Agenda includes:
3 Keynote Publisher Panelists(Pearson, Hearst, National Geographic) sharing their views about why implementing a rights strategy is such a critical business requirement in 2014;
3 Experienced Contracts Professionals(Meredith, Conde Nast, Rodale) sharing their strategies for managing contracts as part of a Usage Rights Architecture.
3 Publishers Implementing Rights Management(Highlights for Children, Readers Digest, Time, Inc.) sharing their experiences using metadata to manage the right-to-use assets.
Leading Technology Consultants and Vendorsproviding strategies and tools to address automating right-to-use decision making.
In Depth, Personalized Discussions(ranging from small round table discussions to a full audience town hall setting)
The Innovations and Best Practices developed over the past 6 months by the IDEAlliance Rights Task Force will be highlighted for the first time during this Workshop. Don’t miss the opportunity network with peers and decision makers, to get involved and to set the technology agenda for 2015. If you register two or more members of your team use the promo code Rights10 to get a 10% discount. .
SPONSOR THIS WORKSHOP
Understanding and gaining control over the issues of rights management is a key objective for publishers today, due to the extreme risks of non-compliance. This workshop offers an opportunity for publishers to participate in small group discussions that focus on their pressing requirements in managing usage rights and to brainstorm with their peers about possible solutions.”
Dianne Kennedy, Vice President of Media and Emerging Technologies for IDEAlliance