[cc-community] CC licenses for music: PA vs. SR?
zotz at 100jamz.com
Tue Aug 7 17:08:22 EDT 2007
On Tuesday 07 August 2007 01:49 pm, Greg Dekoenigsberg wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Patrick Godeau wrote:
> > Greg Dekoenigsberg a écrit :
> >> So here's the situation. We've got a local radio station here in
> >> Raleigh, WKNC. It's affiliated with N.C. State University, and it's a
> >> registered non-profit. [...]
> >> In fact, they are now looking to get a bunch of local musicians together
> >> to jam out on a series of live broadcasts, and they're trying to
> >> convince the artists to release the resultant performances under a
> >> Creative Commons license. Probably NC-ND.
> > Hello,
> > I'm curious to know how do you comply with CC license requirement to
> > make clear to listeners the license terms? Do you tell the name of the
> > license after each song? Do you read the full license URL?
> It's a fair question. My guess is in the traditional radio way: play a
> set and then announce who the artists were.
I don't think that is a safe legal answer. I would like to be wrong however.
4.a. You may Distribute or Publicly Perform the Work only under the terms of
this License. You must include a copy of, or the Uniform Resource Identifier
(URI) for, this License with every copy of the Work You Distribute or
> Add to that a license
> soundbite: "those recordings are all licensed Creative Commons, Non
> Commercial, No Derivatives. For more information, go to
> creativecommons.com." Or something like that.
You have to include a copy of the license (basically impossible) or the URI
for the license with every copy you Publicly Perform.
URI: (from wikipedia)
Now, I have always figured you would need to give something like:
Does anyone think you could just give something like:
CC BY-NC-3.0-US ?
Also, you you need to give such a notice after each song is played to live up
to the "with every copy" language, or would giving it after a block of songs
sharing the same license be good enough? If so, this would make playing songs
with different licenses a bit more of a pain.
I would love to find out that this is all much more simple than I fear it is.
all the best,
(da idea man)
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