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Aims and Objectives

> To provide affordable quality training in a range of audio skills

> To promote skills sharing across the sector, including radio, podcasting, audiobooks and all forms of audio production

> To encourage new entrants and offer opportunities for networking, collaboration and partnership

> To encourage networking, collaboration and partnership across the sector.

> To promote dIversity in audio production

> To be accessible to all those working in the UK Audio sector

How can you make more from your content?

Date: 16th May 2016

Time: 18.15 for 18.30 start

Venue: Simmons & Simmons, CityPoint, 1 Ropemaker Street, London EC2Y 9SS

Places: free, but only 8 places left, so booking essential - please go to https://v1.bookwhen.com/rigtrain

So what are the types of deals Indies should be negotiating – for podcasts, video, publications?  

How do you negotiate for different territories and what licenses are advisable?  
For example streaming video there are several elements to investigate text, art, music, video, photographs, rights of publicity and more.    

What happens if you don’t comply?    
This RIG Leaders Forum will seek to debate and discuss these issues with an expert panel led by John Moran, Controller of Business Affairs at Channel 4.   John was  previously Head of Legal, Commercial and Business Affairs, BBC Audio and Music . An Oxford and Berkeley Universities law graduate, John began his career as a Barrister in London before becoming a Legal Advisor within HM Treasury and then joining the BBC in 1999. 

PLUS: specialist IP lawyers Adrian Dykes (from Simmons & Simmons) and Joanna Conway (from Norton, Rose Fulbright)

Organised by: Caroline Elliot, Quattrain, www.quattrain.uk