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Morning. I had a sale drop in yesterday. I noticed something in the licence I do not recall seeing before.

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Editorial
Media: Editorial website
Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Image Size: Any size
Start: 15 June 2016
End: 15 June 2021
Territory: United Kingdom. Duration: Monthly

Has anyone else seen this. And what does it actually mean guys?

Stu.

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No, never seen.

 

And the statement is semantic nonsense, duration is a period and monthly is a frequency.

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No, never seen.

 

And the statement is semantic nonsense, duration is a period and monthly is a frequency.

Yes. That was my thought too Niels.

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Semantics aside, perhaps they mean it is going in a monthly magazine or something similar?

 

Allan

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New one on me. Can't even offer a guess as to what it might mean.

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Semantics aside, perhaps they mean it is going in a monthly magazine or something similar?

 

Allan

 

Not on a Website, surely? "Media: Editorial website"

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Well it remains a mystery. The duration appears to be 2016 - 2021. Usage website, not magazine. Also seems unusual to give a further geographical area "territory" when the licence is worldwide. Clear as mud. Cheers all.

Stu.

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