James Madison University
On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, Gary Handman wrote:
> Those quantified strictures ("less of 3 minutes or 10%") are from the CCUMC
> multimedia Fair Use guidelines. And that's what they are: Guidelines (NOT
> The off-air taping part of the equation has to do with the Kastenmeir
> Guidelines for off-air tape (again, they're GUIDELINES, not law)
> The two don't really have all that much to do with each other.
> I think you'd be skating on verrrrrrrrrrrry thin ice doing what you propose.
> At 01:40 PM 09/12/2000 -0700, you wrote:
> >Would the esteemed members (or at least those willing to venture their
> >thoughts) shed some light on the "less of 3 minutes or 10%" fair use
> >rule for video with regard to teacher prepared material (Hyperstudio or
> >PowerPoint). In particular, do the rules for off-air taping (i.e. show
> >full piece once in 30 days and parts of piece within another 15) trump
> >the above fair use rule? Specific instance: teacher wishes to prepare a
> >digitized video clip of 2 minutes from material taped off-air over 45
> >days ago.
> >Many thanks in advance!
> >Pierre J. Gregoire, MLIS.
> >Audio Visual Institute of DuPage
> >The Regional Media Library for the
> >Teachers and Students of DuPage County
> Gary Handman
> Media Resources Center
> Moffitt Library
> UC Berkeley 94720-6000
> "Everything wants to become television" (James Ulmer -- Teletheory)