- Mainline Modeler - Hundman Publishing - who really owns the copyr...
Re: Mainline Modeler - Hundman Publishing - who really owns the copyr...
toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
It did happen between the two magazine we were talking about within the
same publishing month of both by the same author we likely all know.
Both editors regretted publishing it and they never published his work in
their magazine again.
The lack of ethics lead to the use of business ethics and that was the end
of that story. I was in Bob's office when the issue came up and the resolve was
Let your conscience be your guide... Respect is a hard thing to gain and
Eventually all things merge into one and a river runs through
In a message dated 6/15/2017 7:33:47 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
been reading this thread with interest but the answer still seems murky. But
then that could be because the law is flexible. So let me ask a question and
hopefully there is a clear answer. Let us say that I wrote an article for a
current publication (which I have and am waiting for it to be
Do I retain the copyright or does that vary between
magazines? If I retain the copyright then in theory I could submit the article
to another magazine right now for publication. That, to me, seems unethical
and probably would cause me to not have any future articles to be considered.
Not a very good idea. If I retain the copyright then it would appear that
after a reasonable amount of time, I could update the article and publish it
again. But I am more interested in the next question.
supersedes article ownership? Is it the magazine you first published in or the
company that the magazine reassigned all articles to? The second company could
be more strict on articles they own and not allow the author access to
anything he wrote. Perhaps even publish the article again without asking
permission or possibly not reimbursing the original author.
possibly been settled a courtroom already.
Join main@RealSTMFC.groups.io to automatically receive all group messages.