1108.2 (C) All New Collective Works
A newspaper may qualify as an “all-new” collective work if it contains a sufficient amount of new compilation authorship. In other words, there must be a sufficient amount of new expression in the selection, coordination, and arrangement of the articles, photographs, illustrations, or other content appearing in each issue. The fact that the content itself is entirely new is irrelevant to this determination. For example, an issue could be considered “all-new” if it contains a brand new selection, coordination, and arrangement of content, even if that individual content has been previously published in the newspaper – ” such as advertisements appearing in previous issues. See Group Registration of Newspapers, 82 Fed. Reg. 51,369, 51,372 (Nov. 6, 2017).