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The Licensing Letter (TLL) is published by Plain Language Media. PLM publishes newsletters, research studies and directories which focus on management, marketing, consumer and retail trends. The company also produces conferences, seminars and webinars.

TLL was founded in 1977 by the late Arnold Bolka. Ira Mayer served as publisher from 1990-2014, at which time the newsletter and its related publications were acquired by PLM.

TLL is an exclusive networking and information resource that unlocks vast opportunities in the $200 billion+ licensing business.

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