Re: [Videolib] "electronic digital video reserves"

Jessica Rosner (jrosner@kino.com)
Thu, 15 Sep 2005 11:08:09 -0400

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> Unless there has been some new changes no. Fair Use again has nothing to =
do
> with it as that involves using a PORTION of
> a work , sometimes in another work. There is the section regarding PHONO
> RECORDS re dubbing copies of deteriorating material but even IF you beli=
eve
> that applies to film , vhs etc it has numerous restrictions on how the co=
py
> can be used
> and internet would not qualify
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> I realize that technology is getting way ahead of the law but trust me it=
is
> way ahead of rights holders too
> I have been asked to grant and or sell the right to digitize some of our =
films
> for this use and in the vast majority I have to
> decline BECAUSE WE DON=B2T own those rights in OUR contract
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> Speaking strictly of FEATURE films I don=B9t expect this to change much leg=
ally.
> I think at some point the studios may
> allow some films to be downloaded ( and already do) it will always be on =
both
> a fee system and a fairly limited
> selection that won=B9t cover the majority of films that may be used in a cl=
ass
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> Jessica
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> I know this is not a list of lawyers,
> but some of our older, op videos are taking heavy use this semester.
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> Would it be allowable to put a digital version on an Intranet [available =
only
> in the library, with password protection, only for this semester]? The t=
itles
> would be removed at the end of the semester, and of course we are using o=
nly
> legally purchased copies. We would not be offering this to distance stud=
ents,
> so presumably the TEACH act would not apply. Is this Fair Use in the sam=
e
> sense that electronic 'paper' reserves are? I know the face to face permi=
ssion
> does not apply.
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> Thanks,
> Pat McGee
> Coordinator of Media Services
> Angelo and Jennette Volpe Library & Media Center
> Tennessee Technological University
> Box 5066
> Cookeville, TN 38505
> 931-372-3544
> Fax 931-372-6112
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Proud Resident of a BLUE STATE
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Jessica Rosner
Kino International
333 W 39th St. 503
NY NY 10018
jrosner@kino.com
212-629-6880

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Re: [Videolib] "electronic  digital video reserves"</= TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> <BLOCKQUOTE><FONT FACE=3D"Verdana, Helvetica, Arial"><SPAN STYLE=3D'font-size:1= 2.0px'>Unless there has been some new changes no. Fair Use again has nothing= to do with it as that involves using a  PORTION of<BR> a work , sometimes in another work. There is the section regarding PHONO RE= CORDS re dubbing copies of deteriorating  material but even IF you beli= eve that applies to film , vhs etc it has numerous restrictions on how the c= opy can be used<BR> and internet would not qualify<BR> <BR> I realize that technology is getting way ahead of the law but trust me it i= s way ahead of  rights holders too<BR> I have been asked to grant and or sell the right to digitize some of our fi= lms for this use and in the vast majority I have to<BR> decline BECAUSE WE DON”T own those rights in OUR contract<BR> <BR> Speaking strictly of FEATURE films I don’t expect this to change much= legally. I think at some point the studios may<BR> allow some films to be downloaded ( and already do) it will always be on bo= th a fee system and a fairly limited <BR> selection that won’t cover the majority of films that may be used in = a class<BR> <BR> Jessica<BR> <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR> I know this is not a list of lawyers,<BR> but some of our older, op videos are taking heavy use this semester.  = <BR>  <BR> Would it be allowable to put a digital version on an Intranet [available on= ly in the library, with password protection, only for this semester]?  = The titles would be removed at the end of the semester, and of course we are= using only legally purchased copies.  We would not be offering this to= distance students, so presumably the TEACH act would not apply.  Is th= is Fair Use in the same sense that electronic 'paper' reserves are? I know t= he face to face permission does not apply.<BR>  <BR> Thanks,<BR> Pat McGee<BR> </SPAN></FONT><SPAN STYLE=3D'font-size:12.0px'><FONT FACE=3D"Arial">Coordinator= of Media Services<BR> Angelo and Jennette Volpe Library & Media Center<BR> Tennessee Technological University<BR> Box 5066<BR> Cookeville, TN 38505 <BR> 931-372-3544<BR> Fax 931-372-6112<BR> </FONT><FONT FACE=3D"Verdana, Helvetica, Arial"><BR> </FONT></SPAN></BLOCKQUOTE><SPAN STYLE=3D'font-size:12.0px'><FONT FACE=3D"Verda= na, Helvetica, Arial"><BR> <BR> <BR> <BR> Proud Resident of a BLUE STATE<BR>  <BR> Jessica Rosner<BR> Kino International<BR> 333 W 39th St. 503<BR> NY NY 10018<BR> jrosner@kino.com<BR> 212-629-6880<BR> </FONT></SPAN> </BODY> </HTML> <p> <p> --B_3209627294_144915969--<br> <!-- body="end" --> <p> <ul> <!-- next="start" --> <li> <b>In reply to:</b> <a href="0083.html">Pat Mcgee: "[Videolib] "electronic digital video reserves""</a> <!-- nextthread="start" --> <li> <b>Next in thread:</b> <a href="0088.html">Gary Handman: "Re: [Videolib] "electronic digital video reserves""</a> </ul>