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The use of broadcast resources from television and radio for educational purposes can be copied and used for teaching and learning as Massey University subscribes to a Screenrights licence. Copies can be made by individual staff or by others on their behalf or access broadcast resources through eTV via a link from the Massey Library
Screenrights represent copyright owners in film, television and radio. Further details about this organisation can be found at http://www.screenrights.org
You may copy:
It is permitted to copy films that have lawfully been uploaded to the internet as part of the licence. You must ensure that the copy you wish to copy has permission from the rights holders. For example, television items accessible via ‘on demand’ on broadcasters websites; movies that are out of copyright or are licensed by Creative Commons. You cannot copy pirated copies.
* Radio download from the internet is restricted to Radio New Zealand National, Radio New Zealand AM Network, Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio National, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio One, Radio Network’s Newstalk ZB, Radio Network’s Sport, Media Works Radio Live, Media Works Radio B Sport, and the BBC World Service.
Some purchased material may have special conditions that allow copying. This would be signalled on the material. Permission must be obtained to copy excluded works.
Every copy made under the licence must be labelled with the following:
The Screenrights licence no longer requires universities to be surveyed at this stage. Information about staff usage of broadcast material is being gained from eTV access. eTV provides access to a wide range of broadcast material and can be accessed through the Massey Library databases.
The Screenrights licence brochure covers what is permitted by the licence.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016