Velocity of Content

Velocity of Content

A series of recordings from the Copyright Clearance Center

Episodes

January 29, 2023 19 min
At Oxford University Press, Niko Pfund faces challenges from the marketplace of ideas and from colleagues keen to redefine publishing and publishers.
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Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail, and back in the book world news
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January 22, 2023 18 min
The US and other countries should consider developing innovative AI policies and intellectual property laws, says Prof. Ryan Abbott.
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IPA President Karine Pansa urged Digital Book World publishing industry attendees to make more books more accessible to more people.
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January 15, 2023 10 min
A special focus for Karine Pansa and IPA is to encourage members to increase accessibility in their works. Currently, just 10% of published content is accessible to print-disabled readers.
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OverDrive, a digital distributor of eBooks, audiobooks, and streaming video titles for public libraries, has reported on its performance last year.
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January 8, 2023 22 min
Sure, you’ve been told what to think many times. You could even say that’s what the internet is for. Now comes Tom Chatfield with a paradigm twist. The author and digital philosopher offers us advice for how to think.
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Median compensation for all respondents was $72,500 in 2021, up from $67,300 in 2020.
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January 1, 2023 18 min
The trick to making ebooks accessible and even beautiful is to think of them as software, says Jens Tröger, Bookalope founder.
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December 25, 2022 24 min
Machines that can read aloud would be considered magic in any other era, yet in 2022, such technology is unremarkable and will soon be commonplace. Whether we read silently in a quiet library or listen to an audiobook while commuting on a crowded train, the written word continues to hold us in its spell.
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December 18, 2022 29 min
From enumeration of animal species living in every corner of the globe to identification of fossil remains of ancient creatures, scientific inquiry looks from the present day into the very dimmest past. Science can’t see into the future – not yet anyway. The responsibility to make the future a place that is welcome, inclusive, and full of understanding lies with all of us.
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December 16, 2022 19 min
For December 16, the final show of the year, CCC’s podcast highlights the biggest stories in the book world for 2022.
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Accelerating the sustainability agenda through innovative standards
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December 11, 2022 26 min
When making a meal, whatever ends up on the menu, there are always fresh, wholesome ingredients from trusted sources. Our families and our guests expect as much. For all our information diets, the same care is advised – for our own good health, and for the good health of our communities.
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December 9, 2022 16 min
ALA and PEN say most “book challenges” in 2022 involve LGBTQ+ authors and themes, or issues of race and social justice.
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What creators, performers, and rights owners should know when it comes to developing content for audiobooks and podcasts.
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December 2, 2022 16 min
The union action has received support from Harper authors and from the stage at the recent National Book Awards.
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The university library holds first a central role as a study space. With enrollment increasingly diverse, librarians and administrators see responsibility for making that study space into a welcoming place, too.
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November 20, 2022 14 min
Sugar-sweetened beverages and COVID-19. Gun violence and teenage sex. What they share is that each can lead to dangerous health consequences. Data-driven science shows us how in each case, the cause leads to effect. The science, though, may not be enough to change minds and save lives.
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In the US election this month, books bans and public school teaching restrictions remained hot button issues, according to Andrew Albanese, Publishers Weekly senior writer.
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