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1 Licences for Europe Sarah Davis – Guardian Media Group plc

2 Innovation is a constant but in difficult times more important than ever Strong digital track record Alignment of our commercial strategy and commitment to open editorial vision Open Platform Case Study

3 Our most interesting experiments lie in combining what we know with the experience, opinions and expertise of the people who want to participate rather than passively receive. -- Alan Rusbridger, Cudlipp Lecture 2010 Our most interesting experiments lie in combining what we know with the experience, opinions and expertise of the people who want to participate rather than passively receive. -- Alan Rusbridger, Cudlipp Lecture 2010

4 Guardians strong digital track record

5 Being part of the web

6 New technology blurs old distinctions Take advantage of new platforms Belief in operating behind closed doors simply not sustainable Open Invitation to experiment and explore with us… New ways of working

7 Make access to licensing content from us as easy as possible CONTENT API A service for selecting and collecting Guardian content for re-use DATA STORE A directory of useful data curated by Guardian editors. It includes the Datablog and the World Govt Data search engine POLITICS API Open database of candidates, voting records, constituencies, election results, live data on election day MICROAPPS A framework for integrating 3rd party applications into guardian.co.uk.

8 1. Open in and Open Out 2. Tiered access The Open Platform is open for business

9 Open In and Open Out

10 Open In Applications built by partners that are integrated into the Guardian network Open Out Applications using Guardian content built by partners for other digital platforms

11 Keyless:Licence to have Access to headlines, data, tags and meta data. No key required. Approved: License to publish articles in full. Guardian keeps embedded ad revenue, partner keeps rest of page revenue. Bespoke: Customise licensing of content and integrating rich applications.Sponsorship, revenue share, co- development options available. 3 Tiers of access

12 Key Terms of Use Your use of the Guardian Site is for your own personal and non- commercial use only. You acknowledge that, as between Guardian and you, except for user content and advertisements (as discussed below), Guardian is the sole owner of all content on the Guardian Site, including, without limitation, all applicable copyrights, patents, trademarks, trade secrets, trade names, logos, and other intellectual property rights thereto, as well as text, images, graphics, logos, audio, video and other material appearing on the Guardian Site ("Guardian Content"). The Guardian Site and the Guardian Content are protected by the copyright laws and other intellectual property laws of the United Kingdom and the United States and are protected globally by applicable international copyright treaties. Although we choose to make it openly available we still value IP.

13 Key Terms of Use Cont. You may download and print extracts from the Guardian Content for your own personal and non-commercial use only, provided you maintain and abide by any author attribution, copyright or trademark notice or restriction in any material that you download or print. You may not use any Guardian Content for any other purpose without our prior written approval. Except as expressly authorised by the Guardian, you are not allowed to create a database in electronic or paper form comprising all or part of the material appearing on the Guardian Site. If you wish to use our content other than as permitted by these terms and conditions, please contact us at If you operate a news aggregation service that charges a subscription fee to its users, then you need to approach the NLA directly to discuss your licensing requirements. Please see Users of our site may be permitted to submit content for publication in various areas of the Guardian Site. Interactions with our site are governed by our Community Standards and Participation Guidelines accessible at guardian.co.uk/community- standards which are incorporated in these terms and conditions. You will be deemed to consent to these guidelines, and these terms and conditions, if you choose to post any content or comments to the Guardian Site.guardian.co.uk/community- standards

14 Year 2013 Report Card 7,077 seven-day active developers* sending ~1.5M requests per day** 3,251 registered keys for ad-supported tier 84 registered partners (includes paid access, strategic partnerships and evaluation by potential partners) 88 internal users (Guardian-owned and operated properties) 3,315 web sites and apps registered to use the API 938 data sets published (369 published in 2012)

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19 Thank you. Sarah Davis


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