Following news last week of our name change and rebrand, NLA media access today announced an expansion in its range of licensed content, with an increase in the number of magazine and online titles we now represent.
NLA media access has represented a number of magazine publishers for some time now - notably adding the Economist to the portfolio in 2007. Today we are announcing an expansion in our repertoire, to include over 750 trade and consumer titles. Licensing of these titles commences in October 2013.
NLA licensing focuses on the commercial media monitoring market. Those publishers transferring from the CLA to NLA (following a recommendation from the Professional Publishers Association) recognise that in this market, the NLA media access model delivers significant benefits. The Economist, for example has experienced a 35% compound royalty growth since joining the NLA.
Clients do not need to do anything at this stage, but will be able to add magazine titles when renewing their licenses after October 2013. Publishers interested in exploring the benefits of NLA licensing should contact Patrick Angell, Publisher Services Manager email@example.com
With a new company name and a growing news portfolio, we remain committed to:
1. Providing clients with easy access to content and a suite of copyright licences to meet their news monitoring needs.
2. Supporting journalism by ensuring that publishers earn a fair reward for their investment in content.
You can see the full list of magazine publishers licensed through the NLA from 1 October 2013, on our website.
Managing Director, NLA media access
Follow the NLA on Twitter - @NLA_ltd