Quebec company vies for Canadian Heritage rights management support
News | 03/21/2003 5:00 am EST
A small Quebec rights management company has begun a public relations push to find federal support for a Canadian cultural content portal that would ensure artists get paid for digital distribution of their works. On March 10, Montreal-based Reeves Communication Inc. announced support from several well-known Canadian arts groups for its digital rights management (DRM) technology. The effort is intended to pave the way for new partnership agreements with copyright collectives in advance of another crack at the Canadian Heritage funding pot.