Any reproduction of a press cutting may require a licence from the Newspaper Licensing
Agency (NLA) or the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA). This includes photocopying
and scanning of any material provided by IPCB, unless you have a prior written permission
from the relevant publication. If you require an online monitoring service to include blogs
and social media, you will need both an NLA and a CLA web extension licence.
Our licenses cover the delivery of digital clips to one personal email address where the cuttings can be viewed only. Should you wish to print the PDF, copy or upload cuttings, you will require the relevant digital licenses from the NLA and/or the CLA.
If multiple users within an organisation access the IPCB portal, then each user has to be licenced separately.
All links to press cuttings normally remain live for either 28 days (NLA) or 30 days (CLA). It is possible to get an extended licence from the NLA where the eClips content remains live for 12 months.
No press cutting should be put on a website without either prior written permission from the publisher or the relevant NLA/CLA licence.
For more general information on licences please read the information booklet provided by the NLA.
Please see below for the relevant contact details.
NLA: - Mount Pleasant House, Lonsdale Gardens, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1HJ Tel: 01892 525 273 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLA: - The Copyright Licensing Agency Limited, Barnard's Inn, 86 Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1EN Tel: 0800 085 6644 Email: email@example.com