Generally, the publisher of the magazine would have the duty to draft the contractual agreement granting the license, since it is his license to grant. As far as the cyber distribution, this would also be specified in the licensing/distribution agreement. The problem here is you will need an international copyright/licensing attorney and they generally charge anywhere from $200 - $500 per hour. Depending on the complexity of the proposed agreement the publisher sends to you, the attorney should not really charge you more than 2-3 hours to review and revise the agreement to your liking. The best place to find an attorney for this is the same site used by other attorneys: http://www.martindale.com
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