Terms And Conditions

By submitting content to The Project Magazine, you grant The Project Magazine a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free right and license to use, host, store, cache, reproduce, publish, display (publicly or otherwise), perform (publicly or otherwise), distribute, transmit, modify or adapt (including, without limitation, in order to conform it to the requirements of any networks, devices, services, or media through which the Media are available) said Content without compensation.

The rights you grant in this license are at minimum for the purpose of posting the Content for use in accordance with The Project Magazine editorial and promotional policies.

You do not release copyright. 

All use of your content will be attributed to you.

You represent and warrant that you have all necessary rights, licenses, and permissions to grant the above licenses and that the Content submitted by you, and the submission of such Content, do not and will not violate any intellectual property rights (including but not limited to copyrights and trademark rights) of any third party. You agree that you will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Project Magazine, customers, vendors, hosts, officers, and employees from any liability, damage or cost (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs) from any claim or demand made by any third party due to violation of these representations and warranties, or otherwise arising out of any submitted Content.

The Project Collective

Any contributors who are published twelve times within a 12 month period will become part of The Project Collective. Should The Project Magazine ever monetize, those in The Project Collective will have an opportunity to share in 50% of any profits generated through digital advertising at www.theprojectmagazine.com or print from any The Project Magazine publication. This will be made up of 40% of profits generated being evenly split between those in The Project Collective who have been published twelve times a year. A further 10% of profits will be available for those who have published more than twelve times a year and that 10% will be divided proportionally depending on number of submissions over twelve.