Re: [Videolib] Tv copyright question

M. Claire Stewart (claire-stewart@northwestern.edu)
Mon, 23 Oct 2006 15:35:05 -0500

Not an actual answer to your question, Sarah, but a recent article on
a closely related topic:
"Finding Murphy Brown: How Accessible are Historic Television Broadcasts?"
by Jeff Ubois
Journal of Digital Information, Vol 7, No 2
<http://journals.tdl.org/jodi/article/view/jodi-177/155>

>Hi-
>Is it possible that early television shows could already be in the
>public domain? Is there any source that lists movies/television
>shows that are in the public domain?
>
>As always, thanks!
>
>Sarah Andrews
>University of Iowa Libraries
>

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