Today we finally get into the differences between licensing and work for hire. We ask, who owns what and how much of it. What does it mean to work for hire, and why is licensing the best thing we have to ensure the future of the creative industry for talent and clients alike.
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Intro Links: Hidden Brain Podcast - You 2.0 Series / You 2.0: The Value Of 'Deep Work' In An Age Of Distraction / Culture Codes / Hard Work Is Irrelevant / “I no longer understand” / Buzzfeed: People Are Sharing Their Favorite Petty Phrases To Use In Work Emails And They're Pretty Great
On Licensing vs Work for Hire : Free is not fair / Sandwich Video / The Businessology Show / The Illustrator's Guide to Law and Business Practice / The Graphic Artists Guild Handbook: Pricing & Ethical Guidelines
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Jacky Winter Gives You The Business is produced by Areej Nur
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