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Thanks for the giggle, Eileen.
It's astounding what people can come up with, isn't it?
In this case, size doesn't matter.
Eileen Simmons wrote:
> I had a patron tell me today that she had heard that if you showed a
> movie on a small screen (under maybe 24") you didn't have to worry
> about PPR. She wants to show an unspecified movie at the local senior
> center. I told her this was news to me, but I would ask the experts.
> So I'm asking you all.
> Eileen Simmons
> Assistant Director/Head of Reference
> Everett Public Library
> 2702 Hoyt Ave.
> Everett, WA 98201--
Susan Weber, Media Librarian
Langara College, Advanced Education Media Acquisitions Centre
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Fast Forward Media Showcase, April 25-26, 2007
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I had a patron tell me today that she had heard that if you showed a movie on a small screen (under maybe 24") you didn't have to worry about PPR. She wants to show an unspecified movie at the local senior center. I told her this was news to me, but I would ask the experts.
So I'm asking you all.
Assistant Director/Head of Reference
Everett Public Library
2702 Hoyt Ave.
Everett, WA 98201--
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