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My understanding is that under fair-use you are allowed to tape and show
anything off of broadcast TV for up to one year. Maybe we should all pester
A&E to add more art to their cable in the classroom series. This is
broadcast specifically for teachers to tape and use.
Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
From: Woody Duncan [wduncan]
Sent: Friday, July 07, 2000 10:26 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Sunday Art CBS
I wrote to CBS years ago and got a phone call back. I was told that some
segments could be purchased for $200 each but I could not be given
permission to tape and use them in the classroom. I have compiled tapes
for years and use them on occasion. So far I have not been turned in for
showing stolen videos in class. My district has a very strict policy
use of video without a site license. And they are great art segments, 5-7
minutes in length and great for introducing or following up a lesson.
Woody in KC
I hope someone finds out differently this time. I decided a ways back
just plunge ahead with what I thought was good teaching and stop trying
to stir up the legal questions. For the most part I just get answers I
wish to hear.
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