Posts Tagged ‘PDN’
When I read the internship piece in PDN last month, wherein attorney Alan Koral explained that unpaid interns are pretty much illegal in for-profit businesses, I thought, “Well, that may be the law, but no one enforces it, so who cares?” Turns out, federal and state governments are starting to enforce it.
So it all points to the same place – charging for the photographer’s expertise and skill and artistic vision, but not based on usage at all. That seems pretty bad at first – total buyouts for nothing! – but it doesn’t have to be. Anderson may charge nothing for a digital copy of his book, but he charges a lot for a personal appearance. And what is a commissioned photo shoot if not a personal appearance?
Nielsen Business Media, which owns a load of trade publications in addition to PDN, from the fairly well-known (AdWeek) to the true niche (National Jeweler Magazine) has been trying to sell a bunch of its magazines and their related trade shows for months. PDN was on the block, but was not included in the final ...Read more.