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Photographers and Collective Licensing: A Short History with No Ending

Eugene Mopsik

Title:
Photographers and Collective Licensing: A Short History with No Ending
Author(s):
Mopsik, Eugene
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Type:
Articles
Department:
Law
Volume:
34
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Book/Journal Title:
Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts
Abstract:
In the early 1990s, the American Society of Media Photographers ("ASMP") explored the possibility of a collective licensing solution to help manage the myriad uses of photography that were being created by a new means of digital distribution: the Internet. The entity was called the Media Photographers Copyright Agency ("MPCA"). Photographers were not ready for it, stock agencies were afraid of it and funding was scarce. It failed.
Subject(s):
Intellectual property
Conference papers and proceedings
Intellectual property
Copyright clearinghouses
Licenses
Photography
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Suggested Citation:
Eugene Mopsik, 2011, Photographers and Collective Licensing: A Short History with No Ending, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:13816.

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