It is also worth noting that the film will probably come out in home use
edition some time in the future but many places can't afford to wait if they
need to use it now.
On 11/10/08 9:33 PM, "jwoo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi. This is going over old ground somewhat, but is there such a
> thing as Public Performance Rights with an asterisk?
> I got a Zeitgeist brochure for a Louise Bourgeois DVD where the PPR*
> is only for "screenings to groups of up to 50 people (libraries,
> classrooms, churches, clubs, etc.) when no admission is charged."
> Would this be binding if an institution bought a copy? What if a
> class has 51 students enrolled? Who's supposed to monitor the class
> size a video is being checked out for?
> Does the TEACH Act trump such language?
> Thanks, Janice @ CCA.edu
> p.s. it says the dvd is available exclusively to institutions, and
> there is no option for non-PPR purchase
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