Despite a lot of well-publicized anguish, the real battleground over Digital Rights Management (DRM) may turn out to be the much subtler process of negotiating and managing contracts for selling digital content. In this informative video, you'll hear from people who have had experience with dozens of ebook and digital contracts on both sides of the table, as either content sellers or buyers. Through them, you'll discover many hard lessons learned about a business that's still in its infancy.
How are business terms evolving to handle emerging digital and mobile markets?
Are there terms in your digital contracts that are holdovers from the print world -- terms that aren't in tune with the realities of digital markets?
Through the course of this eye-opening presentation, you'll learn about five key contract terms that should be in every ebook contract you sign, along with many other "gotchas" from the trenches. If you're in the digital content business, this video is a must-see.
Ebook Contracts: Critical Terms and Lessons Learned from Both Sides of the Table 50m 24s
Cali Bush has been with O'Reilly since 2003 and is currently Director of Legal Services. In addition to managing the contract process for digital distribution initiatives, she is responsible for keeping O'Reilly's agreements with its content providers aligned with its implementation of emerging publishing and distribution technologies.