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Roger Press

Roger Press
Director, Product Development
Academic Rights Press Ltd, UK

Roger Press

Based in London, Roger Press has worked in the Music industry for over 20 years. He began his career at EMI where he started the classical music video division, and won an EMMY Award as executive producer of 'Perlman in Russia'. From there he moved to PolyGram (now Universal) where he oversaw video production across Deutsche Grammophon, Decca and Philips. He then joined the Entertainment and Media division at PwC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers) consultancy services building on his knowledge of the music industry, where he worked on internet strategies, royalty systems and satellite services business plans. He founded the company Academic Rights Press in 2008, an electronic publisher of databases for the academic market. The most recent products are Music ID and Film ID which present data sets to drive insights in humanities research.



Music ID brings together all the data that exists on music, industry trends and commercial facts so that researchers can make original and rigorous academic enquiries. It has customers around the world from Stanford to Columbia, Princeton to Macquarie and many more. ARP is also the world's largest publisher of philosophy authors in the InteLex platform, with full text scholarly editions of over 140 of the greatest philosophers. Other databases cover legal, medical and social sciences publishing.

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