So which is it? Does it come down to which interpretation one chooses to listen
to? I'm referring to a single patron watching a video, alone, in a setting where
no one else can see the screen - no group showings.
Is anyone aware of a final word on the subject? And can anyone whose library has
rejected the ALA interpretation in favor of a stricter application of public pe
rformance rights give me a little information of how they've gone about it? Do y
ou determine the rights of each film in your collection, or limit viewing to a c
ertain number of pre-determined titles, etc.?
gary l. huggins phone: 1-913 551-3280 ext. 210
kansas city, kansas public library email: email@example.com
625 minnesota avenue
kansas city, ks 66101-2805