Our dedicated team knows publisher guidelines, policies and preferences, and proactively markets editorial licensing as part of comprehensive, personalized campaigns. We help customers make the most of editorial coverage — and their own marketing dollars — speeding approvals to strike while the iron is hot.
The PARS team stays current on publisher policies as well as changing copyright laws. Engaging PARS to handle usage rights:
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PARS can negotiate proper use of excerpts and logos in accordance with industry and publisher guidelines within a reasonable time frame.
In addition to reprints and e-prints, PARS also traffics copyright permission requests for the Tampa Bay Times. Authorized permission is necessary for using Tampa Bay Times content for photocopying, republication or redistribution and for all uses in electronic formats. The Copyright Clearance Center is authorized by the Tampa Bay Times to handle certain requests.
To obtain a quote for permissions regarding a specific article, please fill out an article permissions request form.
All requests for licensing of Times staff photos not used within a custom reprint are handled by ZUMA Press. Contact a ZUMA Press representative at 949-481-3747 or email@example.com. For more information, visit their website at www.zumapress.com
In all cases, PARS can help guide you. To speak with a PARS permissions representative, please call 212-221-9595 ext 128. Please be aware that photocopying or republishing any copyrighted material without permission is prohibited by law.
Please note that all of our products and licensing services (including research and clearance services) are subject to fees. Fees are calculated based on the content and use requested, the amount of research required and the actual availability of the content to license.