[cc-community] Community studio and training centre (RG)
jonathon.blake at gmail.com
Fri Dec 11 11:49:11 EST 2009
On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 09:45, Graham, Richard wrote:
> I do have to get parental permission for under 16s / 18s (can't remember off hand!!!) to do the radio so in theory I could add the Creative Commons licence permission to that form.
I'd suggest having a separate page that just lists the CC license permission.
Have either both parents, or all legal guardians sign that page.
Also have a page that clearly explains why you selected the license
that you did, and how it "protects" the individual.
> This brings me to ask - who currently owns the copyright on the shows we do?
This is country specific.
Three things to consider:
* Performer's rights. (The person who says the speech.);
* Author's rights. (The person who writes what is said.);
* Compilation rights. (The person who edited the content into a
There are a couple of other rights that come into play, but those are
the crucial ones.
Any third party audio or AV track that is played, falls under a
different set of rights, which also affects the copyright on the
> that I would use the by-nc-nd licence for any features that would be recorded, but that would have to be thought about.
Consider why you want that license, and if those reasons really apply
to that license.
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