Media Industry Solution for Intellectual Property Management

The media industry is undergoing radical change, driven in large part by new technologies such as the Internet, online publishing, and digital broadcasting. And at the heart of the industry is intellectual property. As the number of media and delivery channels explodes, you need to know how to manage rights inventory, license revenue streams, and royalty payments—efficiently and profitably.
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