Sales continue but to see the halls, one would say it is a very quiet market. It seems like buyers will exit Sunday afternoon, leaving the halls open to producers to pitch, etc. Compared to 2008 when the crash emptied the halls, and even compared to 2010, the market is a bit more lively, but MGs are still not being offered by distributors which means audits are becoming more important. There is some movement toward standardizing audits, perhaps with distributors joining forces to have a particular company audited on behalf of an “association” of distibutors who have titles with that company, since to audit one title means to use the same methods as to audit many titles. Economy of scale would make sense. To see the current (I’m having a hard time keeping current) Rights Round Up, click here.