Clive Marshall NLA Media Access is pleased to announce the appointment of Clive Marshall as non-executive Chairman. Clive joins the Board and will take over as Chairman with effect from 19th October 2020. Brian McCarthy will retire from the Board after eight years, including serving as interim Chairman for the past 12-months. Marshall is currently CEO of PA Media Group, the parent company … Continue reading NLA Media Access Appoints New Chairman
Today we are pleased to announce the launch of a completely new licence. Whether you are renewing your NLA licence, or applying for a licence for the first time, you may wish to consider the Simplified Licence.
NLA Media Access is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian McCarthy as Chairman, with immediate effect. He succeeds Tim Brooks, who retired as Chairman in September. Managing Director, Henry Jones said: “I’m delighted that Brian is taking on the Chairmanship of NLA at an exciting time for the business. He brings with him a … Continue reading NLA Appoints Chairman
If you’ve been browsing our website lately, you may have noticed a new feature in our navigation bar labelled ‘Title Search’. We’re delighted to (formally) introduce you to this new too Step 1/3: Visit NLA's new Title Search webpage Title Search is a new tool from NLA media access that allows users to check which titles … Continue reading Introducing NLA’s new ‘Title Search’ tool
NLA Media Access has announced that Tim Brooks is to step down as Chairman after six years at the helm.
One of the NLA’s newest licences is the Corporate Web Republishing Licence (CWRL); an optional licence, it allows copies and excerpts of articles to be placed on organisations’ websites. This is particularly useful for those companies who want to use the valuable publicity of media coverage to shine a light on their work. To date … Continue reading CWRL Micro: a new price for the smallest companies
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) today announced its opinion on the “temporary copying” exception in UK copyright law. As we explained previously on this blog all other issues decided in the NLA’s favour remain unaffected. The result of the case has no implications for the licences NLA media access issues for the present … Continue reading NLA vs Meltwater: CJEU issue ‘temporary copying’ decision