Read this guide to understand how your heritage organisation can navigate copyright properly when working with external suppliers or contractors and content that has been commissioned
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The commissioning of digital content will always raise copyright issues. However, copyright can be a complicated and unwanted issue to address and therefore it can be easily overlooked and forgotten when working with suppliers. This is particularly easy when heritage organisations are using suppliers with whom they have a close working relationship, perhaps for a long time.
In this guide we will provide practical steps to help you consider these issues when working with suppliers as well as top tips regarding how to make sure you are negotiating the best deal for your organisation when commissioning digital content.
The aim of this guide is to help heritage organisations navigate copyright properly so that they know and understand what they can do with the content that is commissioned.
In the guide, you can find information on:
This guide also acompanies our webinar, ’Copyright and suppliers: How to get the rights you need in new digital content’.