Re: [Videolib] Screen size

James Scholtz (jimscholtz@sdln.net)
Tue, 6 Feb 2007 16:24:04 -0500

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Hi Guys - I'm just chiming in with my 3=A2 (inflation has pushed my 2=A2 =
up to 3!). Personally, I've never heard of nontheatrical public =
performance rights being able to be legally limited to a broadcast =
device (such as television vs. projected onto a screen) - there are =
differenciations in nontheatrical and theatrical rights (meaning shown =
to a paying audience vs. a nonpaying audience and in an educational =
setting). Showing on television - they may be talking about broadcast =
rights which also may apply to on-campus cable broadcast rather than a =
single projection. This is sort of like the modern day video streaming =
rights. These rights don't necessarily tie in with public performance =
because a title could be used for educational purposes and still have =
homeuse rights but be cleared for cable broadcast over an on-campus =
network. I have seen contracts for copyright holders that have =
audiocassette book rights, theatrical performance audiocassette rights =
(meaning people performing voices in character rather than just reading =
text), video and digital rights). Am I right Gary? Jim Scholtz, =
Yankton Community Library.=20
----- Original Message -----=20
From: Andrews, Sarah E=20
To: videolib@lists.berkeley.edu=20
Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2007 1:33 PM
Subject: [Videolib] Screen size

In (somewhat) a defense of the patron, I have seen more than a couple =
license agreements for videos that give PPR if the film is shown on a =
"television" and not projected on to a screen.

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Sarah Andrews

Serials Receiving, Claims and Acquisitions Public Services Supervisor

Acquisitions and Rapid Cataloging Department

University of Iowa Libraries

100 Main Library

Iowa City, IA 52242-1420

USA

phone 319-335-5877

fax 1-319-335-5691

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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Hi Guys - I'm just chiming in with my =
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has pushed my 2=A2 up to 3!).&nbsp; Personally, I've never heard of =
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public performance rights being able to be legally limited to a =
broadcast device=20
(such as television vs. projected onto a screen) - there are =
differenciations in=20
nontheatrical and theatrical rights (meaning shown to a paying audience =
vs. a=20
nonpaying audience and in an educational setting).&nbsp;&nbsp;Showing on =

television - they may be talking about broadcast rights which also may =
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sort of like the modern day video streaming rights.&nbsp; These=20
rights&nbsp;don't necessarily tie in with public performance because a =
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could be used for educational purposes and still have homeuse rights but =
be=20
cleared for cable broadcast over an on-campus network.&nbsp; I have seen =

contracts for copyright holders that have audiocassette book rights, =
theatrical=20
performance audiocassette rights (meaning people performing voices =
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&nbsp;Am I right Gary?&nbsp; Jim Scholtz, Yankton Community=20
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<A title=3Dsarah-andrews@uiowa.edu=20
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<DIV style=3D"FONT: 10pt arial"><B>Sent:</B> Tuesday, February 06, =
2007 1:33=20
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