The Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA)
The University pays for an annual licence from the Newspaper Licensing Agency for copying and circulation of newspaper cuttings for internal use and distribution to staff.
The licence allows:
- Staff and students to make ad hoc copies of UK newspaper content from any UK national newspaper and from five specific local titles.
National titles include: Daily Mail, Daily Star, The Daily Telegraph, Evening Standard, The Express, The Financial Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Independent on Sunday, The Mail on Sunday, The Mirror, The Observer, The Sun, The Sun on Sunday, Sunday Mirror, The Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times, The Times
Local titles include: The Argos (Brighton), Bognor Regis Observer, Chichester Observer, The Echo (Southampton), The News (Portsmouth)
- Staff and students to forward links from newspaper websites or to print content from websites.
- The Press Office to have five recipients receive press cuttings from Durrants, the media monitoring agency.
- The Press Office to make three hard copy sets of press coverage each month.
- Staff and students to copy photographs and adverts.
- For teaching purposes, articles can be copied for use on PowerPoint.
The following is not allowed under the terms of the licence:
- The forwarding by Press Office staff of any digital content received from Durrants.
- Any digital copying of newspaper content.
- Copying of more than 250 paper copies of any one cutting without the prior consent of the NLA.
- Copying of an article for external, promotional or marketing purposes.