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What rights does an audiobook narrator have?

As an audiobook narrator, you have rights that protect your participation and remuneration.

Important rights are

  • Copyright: You own the intellectual creations in the audiobook and can decide how they are used.
  • Exploitation rights: You can use the audiobook in your portfolio.
  • Remuneration: You are entitled to a fair remuneration.
  • Naming: You will be credited as the narrator.
  • Right to review: You can review the audio book before it is published.
  • Contractual rights: A written contract will secure your rights.

Note that the details may vary from project to project. Clarify legal issues and sign a contract before you start.
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