subsidiary rights


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subsid′iary rights′


n.pl.
rights to publish or produce in different formats or media a work based on an original literary property.
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Aquila Polonica controls all subsidiary rights for "The Auschwitz Volunteer.
During her time at Quirk, Hewlett has been an integral part of the publisher's growth in the physical, digital, and subsidiary rights marketplaces.
A complete set of primary and subsidiary rights with specified conditions
A single database would encourage publishers abroad to purchase subsidiary rights to Egyptian titles, Habeeb says, because, "why would a Jordanian publisher buy the subsidiary rights to a book in Egypt without having some kind of sales data to know how the book is doing?
subsidiary rights in perpetuity to the X-Men, Fantastic Four, Silver Surfer and Daredevil movies.
also argues that humans have three fundamental natural rights: to life, bodily integrity, and to freedom of action, the last of which makes it possible to transfer subsidiary rights.
laughs] As you work longer at the press--I started in sales, I've been the director of subsidiary rights, then I became an editor seven years ago--you realize there is no dichotomy between scholarship and commercial success, or at least not as much of a dichotomy as it is made out to be.
Subsidiary rights forms for foreign language translation rights, OEM licenses, and web-enabled publishing licenses.
Promotion of e-books is the sole responsibility of the author and royalties are comparable to that of commercial e-publishers: typically print royalties are 20%, electronic royalties are 50%, and subsidiary rights are 50%.
That's in book sales, serialisation, subsidiary rights, TV and video.
Burroughs became an expert at syndication and subsidiary rights, the sort of nitty-gritty detailwork that most successful writers today find so distracting that they hire agents.
Chip McGrath of the New York Times Elizabeth Taylor late of the Chicago Tribune John Leonard late of Nation Art Winslow of Nation The entire Nation staff Germany Agents Subsidiary Rights People Ex-wives Lawyers City of Chicago Printers Tom Le Clair Young People College Administrators Hip Critics Jonathan Yardley Washington Post Book World All Book Review Editors Representative Tom Ewing The Pulitzer Committee for Criticism The Pulitzer Committee for Fiction The National Book Award The National Book Critics' Circle Writers Humanity