2. HOME USE designations on videos have nothing to do with the fair use
right to use materials in face-to-face teaching. If the conditions
stipulated for classroom use of video are met, those rights are absolute...
At 10:04 AM 03/08/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>I am a brand new subscriber to this list and hope that some of you can
>help me with two questions: 1. If the producer of media material goes
>out of business what happens to the copyrights to that media? 2. I
>oversee a regional media center that provides films and videos to area
>schools and need clarification of "home use only" videos. Are there any
>restrictions if the material is used in face-toface instruction - do I
>need to secure public performance rights? Thanks for your help.
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