What general rights does SyndiGate acquire from its licensed content providers?
When SyndiGate licenses content from the content owners, or rights holders, or copyright holders, the licensor usually agrees to the following wording detailed within our standard Content License Agreement:
Licence Grant. Licensor hereby grants SyndiGate a non-exclusive, worldwide, non-transferable, perpetual licence to use, market, make available, distribute, sell and transmit the Licensed Content via the Services and Third Party Services, as well as collect royalties and fees associated with the copying, usage, re-distribution, or re-publishing of the Licensed Content.
Where ‘Services’ is defined as any of SyndiGate’s proprietary products or services; and
Where ‘Third Party Services’ is defined as non-proprietary, third party services including but not limited to password protected subscription database services, content syndication agencies, commercial websites, corporate intranets and extranets, broadcasters, internet television services (IPTV), in-flight entertainment systems, GPS navigation systems, mobile operators, print publications, Reproduction Rights Organisations (RROs), or any media now known, or hereafter developed.