NLA licences contribute to a vibrant UK media and support jobs in journalism. NLA licence revenue is distributed to publishers in the form of royalty payments. In 2018, the company returned £37m to publishers.
Since its creation the NLA supported Journalism Diversity Fund has provided bursaries to over 250 aspiring journalists and continually supports students from diverse backgrounds to train as journalists.
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Following feedback from licensees, NLA launched a new licensing option, Extended Access, allowing users to view publisher content for up to one year.
Users with Extended Access will now be permitted to continue to view content for up to 365 days from the day it is published
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If you share news content with colleagues and clients, NLA media access has a range of licences to meet your needs. NLA licences give your organisation permission to share and copy content from NLA represented publications - newspapers and magazines.
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International Agreements - NLA holds a number of agreements with Reproduction Rights Organisations (RROs) overseas. These RROs represent the UK rights holders in their territory ensuring royalties are paid back to the NLA for any copying of NLA content overseas. The rights granted are either solely for 'Paper Copying' (ie photocopying) or include Digital Copying (ie scanning to make digital copies), which rights may be restricted to educational institutions. Please contact email@example.com if you have any queries regarding NLA International.