SyndiGate acts as a reprographic rights agency, by collecting and paying fees owed to content owners, based on the copying, usage or reproduction of their content worldwide, by governments, media monitoring companies and corporations, plus students in schools and universities.Read more
For many publishers, content owners and rights holders, entering the syndication space represents a tremendous opportunity to reach new audiences and tap into new revenue streams. It all starts with a strong relationship.
SyndiGate provides the region's most essential content to a broad range of customers including brands, commercial websites, global information businesses, subscription database services, data analytics companies, libraries, app developers, mobile operators and more.
SyndiGate also acts as a reprographic rights agency by collecting and paying fees owed to content owners, based on the copying, usage or reproduction of their content worldwide, by governments, media monitoring companies and corporations, plus students in schools and universities.
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There are many benefits that SyndiGate can offer to content owners, some of which include: • Regular royalties or license fees • Regular fees from the copying, usage or reproduction of your content worldwide • Controlled exposure of your content to new audiences worldwide • Increased brand awareness worldwide • Protection of your copyrightRead more
Once you become a SyndiGate publisher partner, you will have 24/7 access to the SyndiGate Publisher Portal (SPP), where you will have complete transparency on who we are delivering your content to at any time. And you can also report a problem with any client we have of your content, in the event you don’t want your content being delivered to a particular client for whatever reasonRead more
Below is a guide to the pricing that SyndiGate's clients pay for content: Fixed Licensing Fees (Media Clients): From $500 p/month (full publication feed, or subject specific multi-publication feed) + one-time set-up fee + minimum monthly guarantee From $750 p/month (full video feed, or subject specific multi-source video feed) + one-timeRead more
The standard initial term of a Content License Agreement with SyndiGate is two (2) years from the effective date of the agreement. Thereafter, the Agreement will automatically renew for additional two (2) year periods, upon the same terms and conditions set forth within the Agreement. And your shall be entitled to terminate the agreement on the expiry of the initial term or a renewalRead more
Where database distribution is concerned, it is extremely difficult for SyndiGate to predict revenue or provide projections for new content we license, as this will depend on the usage of your materials within a database product. And the usage very much depends on what an end-user is searching for at any given time.Read more
A selection of SyndiGate's content buyers include: albawaba.com Bloomberg Coca Cola Dow Jones du Heathrow Express HTC McDonald’s Microsoft Middle East Institute Monster MSN News Republic Olay Panasonic Pepsi Pfizer Prudential RELX Group SALON STC ThomsonRead more
A small selection of SyndiGate's content buyers include: 3eesho.com albawaba.com Al-Ahram Al Aan TV Al Bayane Al Hayat allAfrica.com Arab News Arab Times Arabian Business BBC Good Food beirut.com CNBC Arabia CPI Financial euronews France 24 GOAL Gulf News Hindustan TimesRead more
When SyndiGate licenses content from the content owners, or rights holders, or copyright holders, the licensor usually agrees to the following wording detailed within our standard Content License Agreement: Licence Grant. Licensor hereby grants SyndiGate a non-exclusive, worldwide, non-transferable, perpetual licence to use, market, make available, distribute, sell and transmit theRead more
Written by By Stefan Deeran, Client Sales Director at NewsCred, May 20, 2015 As marketers continue to move into a space traditionally owned by publishers, they are likely to seek out best practices, tips and previous examples of what works, and what hasn’t. One surefire way to bulk up your audience from an engagement perspective is to leverage syndicated and licensedRead more
SyndiGate packages and provides licensed content to a broad range of customers including leading brands, commercial websites, global information businesses, subscription services, corporate intranets and extranets, data analytics companies, media monitoring companies, broadcasters, internet television services (IPTV), in-flight entertainment systems, GPS navigation systems, ReproductionRead more
This article applies to existing content providers to SyndiGate, as well as to content privders that SyndiGate has expressed an interest in. If you have both an online version and a print version of your publication, is your online version and exact replica of the print version? Or, is there certain unique content that only appears in the online version and not the print versionRead more
Provide SyndiGate with content that requires some sort of subscription, or is otherwise behind a paywall; If you have a dedicated print and a dedicated online version of your publication, provide both, to maximise the revenue potential; Agree to the broadest rights requested by SyndiGate within our standard Content License Agreement; Ensure you areRead more
If you are a SyndiGate licensed content provider and you have mislaid your login details to the SyndiGate Publisher Portal, please email email@example.com with your request, detailing your full name; your publisher/company name; plus the content that has been licensed to SyndiGate.Read more
There are no fees payable by content providers who license their content to SyndiGate.Read more
Depending on the content buyer and the type of product or service they offer, there are various business models that SyndiGate works with for licensing content to its clients, including: A share of a subscription fee; A fixed licensing fee; A pay-per-view fee; Or a share of the advertising revenue on the pages where theRead more
The primary focus of SyndiGate is to generate revenue for our content providers, in the form of royalties and/or fixed licensing fees. This is achieved by syndicating or licensing full text articles, images and videos to our clients' products and services. Therefore, content providers who licensed thier content to SyndiGate will not see a significant increase in their website trafficRead more
SyndiGate works with its licensed content providers to co-produce suitable marketing materials about the licensed content, which SyndiGate then shares with any relevant content buyers (existing or potential clients).Read more
SyndiGate distributes full text articles to its clients. Therefore, we do not provide links back to the original articles published on the content owner's website. However, SyndiGate does provide full attribution to the content owner within the articles that it distributes, to include the publisher's copyright notice, any bylines, plus a publication logo (that can be linked to the Home PageRead more
As for the revenue pool, how and where it comes from, this depends on the business model of the client that SyndiGate is providing the licensed content to. It could be a share of the subscription fees, or a fixed licensing fee, or a pay-per-view fee, or a share of the advertising revenue on any media where the licensed content appears.Read more