On 11/23/99 9:47:17 AM, Gerald Rapp wrote:
>However, I do not know if the
>cartoonists receive any part of the
>sales revenues. I believe The New
>Yorker buys all its cartoons under
Reading through the site it looks as if the artists do recieve some kind of royalty, which under work-for-hire The New Yorker would have no obligation to pay. To the New Yorkers credit, though, at least they pay a pretty high fee when buying the rights to begin with. What really gets me is the clients that are trying to get away with WFH at standard editorial prices. I'm sure they are planning for their future, but does it have to be at the expense of ours?
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