Submitted by New Media Rights last modified Wed, 08/21/2019 - 11:24am
New Media Rights published a 6-article series all about Freelance Contributor Agreements! If you're a freelance writer or self-publisher, this series covers some basic points to help you navigate a freelance agreement. Here are the articles in the series:
- The First Thing You Need To Know About Freelance Contributor Agreements
- Freelance Contributor Agreements: You Got The Publishing Offer, But Now What?
- What Do You Need To Look For In A Freelance Contributor Contract?
- Representations & Warranties: What Are You Promising Your Publisher?
- What Exactly Is Indemnification, And How Does It Affect A Freelance Contributor?
- Use Your Copyright As Leverage To Get What You Want In Your Contracts
No matter what type of creative professional you are, it can be difficult to make a living as a freelancer. "But don’t be too quick to jump at an opportunity to have your written work, photos, or video published. You want to make sure before you start working with the publisher that you have a written and signed contract that outlines each party’s rights and responsibilities." The series focuses on the importance of having an agreement in place if you're working freelance and producing content.
You can read our Freelance Contributor series at Forbes.com. Check out other Forbes articles from New Media Rights here, including articles on topics like copyright, trademark, trade secrets, patents, music licenses, navigating a lawsuit (part 1, 2, and 3), the importance of branding choices, responsible enforcement of your rights (part 1 on copyright enforcement, part 2 on trademark enforcement, and part 3 on responding to defamation), and the new California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.