Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ) is a not-for-profit organisation that provides licences to help make copying, scanning and sharing printed works easy and legal. Revenue from licences are paid to the owners of the creative content copied under licence.
What does copyright actually mean and how does the Copyright Act apply to you?
Make your life easier and enjoy hassle-free copying. We provide tailored solutions to business and education facilities that enable staff to copy and scan from printed material to share with other staff and students. Find out more about our licences here.
We’re focused on helping owners of creative content earn a living from their work. The net revenue we collect from licensing is distributed to the owners of the works copied. If you’re an author or publisher, find out all you need to know here.
Award-winning New Zealand writer and photographer, Neville Peat is well underway researching and writing for his latest project “The Invading Sea” and says he couldn’t do it without the financial contribution he has received from Copyright Licensing New Zealand (CLNZ).