Quoting Christine Godin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Unless it's in really tiny print, there is nothing on the MPLC site to
> indicate they are part of Swank. I think there is a similar-sounding agency
> out there that IS part of Swank. I have emailed MPLC and asked again about
> the umbrella license and our eligibility. No reply yet.
> email@example.com wrote:
> They don't because they are a division of SWANK but I think SWANK itself
> do some kinds of blanket licenses for colleges on the films they rep.
> ( suffering her first loss after 4 straight Cub wins on vacation in Chicago)
> Quoting Christine Godin :
> > On another list, someone asked about PPR again and another poster suggested
> > they contact the MPLC for an umbrella license. I had tried that route and
> > told that they do not sell those licenses to colleges. Am I mistaken?
> > I have presented myself as the college library and only the library as
> > presenter?
> > Their brochure is enticing and makes it sound soooo easy. However, I assume
> > if it were that easy to obtain this umbrella license we would not have had
> > the extended conversation on this topic.
> > Has any other college on the list managed to make this deal?
> > Christine Godin
> > Northwest Vista College
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