NorfolkNog Posted July 2, 2012 Share Posted July 2, 2012 Hi All I would welcome some advice particularly from legal and You Tube experts! I have been looking through some old video tapes and have come across an extract from (I think) a BBC holiday programme about a Broads holiday aboard the Wherry White Moth. Iâ€™m guessing this would date from the 90â€™s. It lasts about 5 minutes. As it looked quite interesting, I considered posting it on You Tube but I am wondering if I will be in breach of copyright if I do that. There is some blurb on You Tube â€“ this seems to be the pertinent bit (although it does mention US Law) Some examples of potentially infringing content are: TV shows Including sitcoms, sports broadcasts, news broadcasts, comedy shows, cartoons, dramas, etc. Includes network and cable TV, pay-per-view and on-demand TV Music videos, such as the ones you might find on music video channels Videos of live concerts, even if you captured the video yourself Even if you took the video yourself, videotaping a concert of your favorite band does not necessarily give you the right to reproduce and distribute the video of the concert without permission from the music publisher (who represents the song writer). Movies and movie trailers Commercials Slide shows that include photos or images owned by somebody else So I am a bit confused! To post or not to post! Any advice would be very welcome. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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