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We are legally bound by copyright law to acquire permission for the reproduction of both text and visual material from other sources. This may include magazine or newspaper articles, articles on the Internet, photographs, songs or extracts from the Cambridge International Corpus.
You are responsible for supplying a list of copyright items along with the final manuscript. There is a template available for this list (Download, Word document, 23KB). A copy of each original source should be attached to the list, and the relevant extracts should be clearly indicated. If details of the third party material are incomplete it makes it difficult and sometimes impossible to obtain permission and without permission we cannot include copyright material. This can result in you having to supply alternative material at a late stage in production and can delay the publication of your book.
Music permissions can be extremely difficult and expensive to obtain. It may be possible to commission songs if it is desirable to include them in your work. Inexpensive cartoons are available on the Internet. Artwork and photographs can be commissioned, often for less than permission fees. All these alternatives could provide simple, less expensive solutions to copyright licences.
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