RE: [Videolib] Showing of recent release film

Tretheway, Willeen DPI-RLL (Willeen.Tretheway@dpi.state.wi.us)
Thu, 14 Jun 2007 08:03:43 -0500

The new address for this document is

http://dpi.wi.gov/lbstat/coplicen.html

Willeen Tretheway
Wisconsin Reference and Loan Library

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Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2007 11:19 AM
To: videolib@lists.berkeley.edu
Cc: FKuykendall@southark.edu
Subject: Re: [Videolib] Showing of recent release film

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has a web page on this topic:

Performance Rights for Copyrighted Videorecordings

http://dpi.state.wi.us/lbstat/coplicen.html

The page was last updated in 2005, though it still appears to be helpful as
a general resource or introduction to video PPR for teachers and librarians.

Mike in Dubuque

--- videolib@lists.berkeley.edu wrote:

>

> I know
this has been discussed before, but will someone explain the

> guidelines
for showing a recent release film to students as a student

> serves activity.
There will be no charge. Is there a policy difference

> between renting the
movie and the library purchasing the movie?

> Thank you,

>

> Francis Kuykendall

> South Arkansas Community College

> Library

> fkuykendall@southark.edu
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