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 2012 NLA media access revenues represented the equivalent of 950 jobs in journalism.
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As a collecting society NLA media access is accountable to rightsholders and licensees. NLA operates a voluntary code of conduct and along with other UK collecting societies, is inviting licensees to comment on how we are performing against the standards and commitments we make to you. Your responses will form part of a review by an independently appointed Code Reviewer (Walter Merricks CBE), and can be submitted in confidence, using this Survey form and details. Please note the deadline for submissions is 28 February 2014.
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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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