American Society of Picture Professionals (ASPP) – West Coast – SF Bay Area Sub-Chapter Presents:
New Adventures in Rights & Licensing for Stills & Footage
Both sellers and users of visual media are increasingly swimming in uncharted waters. New media require new types of licenses while new technology and formats call for never-before-heard-of rights requirements. And, just to make things even more interesting, the rules, guidelines and appropriate fees for all of this is constantly changing. Melissa Rhodes, Director of Business Development – West for one of the world’s largest image licensing agencies (Photolibrary,http://www.photolibrary.com), will bring some much-needed clarity to the licensing chaos as she addresses these and other related issues.
6-6:30 Check-in and mingle – light appetizers/refreshments provided
6:30-7:15 “New Adventures in Rights & Licensing for Stills and Footage” presentation by Melissa Rhodes
7:15-7:30 Q&A session
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
160 Spear Street, Suite 500 between Mission and Howard Street
There is also an entrance on the other side of the building at 155 Main Street. Bring your ID to access the building. Google map: http://bit.ly/McGraw-SF
Very close to Embarcadero BART Station. If you have to drive, please note that there is limited metered street parking in the area. The closest parking garage is 75 Howard Garage (415-543-2214) at 75 Howard St (between Steuart St & Spear St).
Sign up online at http://stock-photo-licensing.eventbrite.com
ASPP members – Free ($5 for late registration after 2/7, 5 PM)
Non-members – $7 ($10 for late registration after 2/7, 5 PM)
Space is limited at this event so sign up early!
Cash and check registration will be available at the door if seats are available.
We look forward to seeing you at the event!
Mike and Nora
ASPP Bay Area Regional Vice President
President, Green Stock Media, http://www.greenstockmedia.com
650-269-1264 – asppbayarea[at]gmail.com
ASPP Bay Area Program Director
Lead Photo Editor, McGraw-Hill Higher Education, http://www.mhhe.com
To stay informed of ASPP Bay Area events please send an email with your information to asppbayarea[at]gmail.com or call Mike Kahn, ASPP Bay Area Regional Vice President, at 650-269-1264.