US Copyright Law *SPECIFICALLY* grants permission to libraries to duplicate
materials in their collections when:
the original is worn, damaged or in an obsolete format (3/4" is generally
regarded as obsolete)
a *reasonable* effort has been made to find a *new* replacement copy at a
IF you meet these provisions, you do NOT need to track down the copyright
holder and seek permission to make these copies.
While some on this list will vehemently argue against me on this...
I stand behind the copyright law, chapter and verse: Title 17. Chapter 1.
deg farrelly, Associate Librarian
Media/Communications Studies/Women's Studies
Arizona State University West
P.O. Box 37100
Phoenix, Arizona 85069-7100
> >>> KStanton@library.unt.edu 03/12/03 10:35AM >>>
> My library is weeding out all of our 3/4inch tapes and my job is to
> track down the copyright owners and get permission to make 1/2inch
> transfer for the titles we want to keep. There are a few titled I
> haven't been able to find anything on. If anybody has any info it
> help a lot. Thanks.
> Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68
> dir: Robert Saudek (1970)
> American Peoples Historical Society (1979)
> Lighting and Staging Techniques
> Imero Fiorentino Associates, Inc (1980)
> Also- We have a film called Future Shock(1972) which Metromedia
> Producers Corp. was responsible for. I believe FOX took over
> but when I contacted them I was told they do not hold the rights to
> film. Any ideas where else to look. Thanks again.
> K. Stanton
> Special Projects Supervisor
> University of North Texas, Media Library
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