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The Future of Copyright in Book Printing Field
Origin:Image Printing  Data: 3/27/2011  Keywords: Book Printing Copyright

In order to protect the assets of book printing companies, we should make the regulations and realize them. Without this, the publishers would be unable to prevent works being copies at will. Books would be photocopied or even printed and sold without a return for the copyright holder and their licensee. Publishers are naturally anxious about any threats to the stability of the copyright regime. They can see what is happening in the music industry and the tendency for music to be downloaded and shared for free, and have become concerned that a change in public attitudes and the digitization of books could lead to a similar situation.

Major digitization projects are carried out by commercial publishers, libraries, or technology companies such as Google. The latter is in the process of digitizing out-of-copyright works in the collections of major institutions including the New York Public Library and the Bodleian Library in Oxford. Google Print is also digitizing books in print from a variety of publishers, enabling searches within the titles. Links then offer ways of purchasing either the printed book or online access. Such developments have divided the publishing industry. Some welcome a new way of marketing their books while others fear the pasteurization of book publishing

There is also the issue of authors who would like to see their work more widely disseminated and feel that the present system of copyright does not adequately meet their needs. Founded in 2001, Creative Commons is an initiative to enable authors to offer their work on different terms to the usual license. For example, a photographer may choose to publish their work with a Creative Commons license that enables others to copy, distribute or display the photographs, provided that the work is attributed to them. The objective is for more people to have the opportunity to view their work. In the area of journals publishing, the open access movement has gathered pace, which argues that publicly funded research, notably in the area of science and medicine, should be freely available. Some mainstream publishers now offer an open access option for authors. If the author, their institution or, more usually, the research body that funded the research, provides payment, the article will be freely available from first publication. Open access has also stimulated self-archiving. Journal publishers will usually allow an author to self-archive the preprint of an article on their homepage and sometimes the final published version in their institutional repository. Even open content models rely upon the retention of copyright. The initial decision to release open content licenses is made by the copyright holder.

Friends of the library/USA is very active insupporting libraries AND authors. They have been very helpful to us in getting exposure for our authors. They often have their own booth at local county fairs and allow local authors to use their booth at no cost to autograph and sell books. They also have a database that Small or Independent publishers can submit their book printing company info to and get their authors into the database for libraries to contact them and invite them to do book signing/reading events at libraries. We of course have found libraries to be wonderful at getting our authors media attention in newspapers and on radio.

A publisher can go to this link and fill out the form for their authors. Libraries going electronic U.S and Canadian libraries are increasingly giving patrons the option of digital books and audiobooks. In almost all cases patrons must access the eBooks and eAudios from their own computer, rather than on library equipment. Many publishers are already supplying libraries. Recorded Books and Audible.com are other large-volume suppliers players in the audiobook field. Ask your friends around the country to request your book by dropping a note in the suggestion box at their local public library. Then many people will see your book and send for their own copy. The morebooks you get out there, the more books you will sell.

 
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