About the copyright holders: evidently the university didn't retain a
copy. No contact yet with the individual on the copyright; he may not
be in the United States (but probably reachable through the Internet).
San Francisco State University
On Tuesday, May 17, 2005, at 10:18 AM, Jessica Rosner wrote:
> Yes you would need permission from both rights holders but just
> Why would they want copies too. Wouldn't they have their own copies?
> Hi Videolibers,
>> Someone has asked us to make a copy of a videotape in our collection.
>> the item in question has a joint copyright, by an individual and a
>> university (not SFSU, another school).
>> Am I correct in assuming this third party has to get permission from
>> BOTH parties, the university and the person, before a copy can be
>> My plan is, if permissions are forthcoming, to make a copy for us, a
>> copy for each copyright holder, and then let the third party negotiate
>> with them for whatever they want.
>> Thanks for any insights. I looked at the Copyright Office website but
>> didn't get that much help.
>> Brigid Duffy
>> Audio Visual/ITV Center
>> San Francisco State University
>> San Francisco CA 94132-4200
>> E-mail: email@example.com
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