Luxembourg the latest nation to sign licensing terms with NLA media access
Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 11:59
eClips Team

NLA media access is pleased to announce that it has reached a new partnership agreement with the Luxembourg licensing body LUXORR (www.luxorr.lu). The agreement will allow LUXORR to license local media monitoring businesses and users - including major European institutions - to copy UK newspaper and news website content, including Guardian, Economist, Telegraph, Times and other titles. Luxembourg has long been an important territory for multinational businesses and organisations - these will now be able to cover valuable UK content simply and easily through their LUXORR licence.

NLA’s international director, Andrew Hughes, said:

“We are delighted to have been able to reach this new agreement with LUXORR. With the conclusion of similar negotiations with licensing bodies in Portugal, Spain and Austria over the last six months, the NLA’s drive to make it even simpler for business users to access and re-use international news content legally continues apace”.

By making it even simpler for business users to access and re-use international news content legally, the NLA creates simple user solutions. Revenue generated through licensing goes directly to publishers to support high quality journalism.

In addition to rights exchange agreements, NLA also directly licenses over 2,000 international businesses through its IMMO programme. You can find out more about IMMO here.

Article originally appeared on NLA (http://blog.nla.co.uk/).
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