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On May 25, 2018, the European Union (EU) took an important step toward protecting news publishers’ right to reproduce and make available their products online. Currently, while European copyright laws generally protect the individual products of writers, journalists, and photographers, the publisher’s end-product – whether that is a printed newspaper ... Read More
In January 2018, the Copyright Office announced the final rule approving the transition from microfilm to PDF format for group newspaper registrations with the Copyright Office and Library of Congress. To help you navigate the new process, we've provided the following Q&A ... Read More
This FAQ provides background on the Coalition for Better Ads, its Better Ads Standards, and the Chrome Filtering Feature ... Read More
The News Media Alliance applauds the Copyright Office for signing the final rule allowing group newspaper registration via PDF ... Read More
We are very pleased that the Copyright Office has published its proposed rules for the transition from microfilm to PDF format for newspaper copyright registrations. These rules will also guide mandatory deposits for preservation with the Library of Congress ... Read More
The News Media Alliance has long advocated for the repeal of the 1975 ban on cross-ownership between a broadcast television or radio station and a newspaper in the same market. Investment is necessary to sustain quality journalism; therefore, we have sought to roll back these outdated regulations ... Read More