Re: videos, distance education, & fair use

Mark Richie (
Thu, 15 Mar 2001 10:52:22 -0800 (PST)


You have the same understanding I have, and I have made quite a study
of the since 1976.
It has to do with secondary transmission rights that must first be
obtained from the producer. 110(1) is generally considered NOT to apply
because the teacher is not present.

Mark Richie

Barb Bergman wrote:
> I'm working on a presentation on fair use. I've gathered all sorts of good
> resources (most of which I've learned about from you guys!) but have one
> question:
> The sources I have say:
> When teaching a class via Distance Education, it's NOT okay to broadcast a
> video without permission. (Even if no one outside the class could access it.)
> Is this still correct? Or have there been changes in this doctrine? Any
> changes in the works?
> thanks in advance,
> Barb
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