Off-air recording of broadcast programmes for educational purposes.

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  Drawing on 20 years of real-world reporting experience, this broadcast handbook guides beginning journalists through the basics of journalistic writing with a focus on broadcast style and production. Written as a practical tool, the textbook includes advice on finding story ideas, locating and interviewing sources, and writing the various Reviews: 1. Guidelines for off-air recording of broadcast programming for educational purposes (d) Plagiarism is not tolerated nor is the unauthorized copying of software (including programs, applications, data bases, and code), and any other material protected by copyright. 5. Off-air recordings need not be used in their entirety, but the recorded programs may not be altered from the original content. Off-air recordings may not be physically or electronically combined or merged to constitute teaching anthologies or compilations. 6. All copies of off-air recording must include the copyright notice on the broadcast. The guidelines apply only to off-air recording by nonprofit educational institutions, and must be followed whether the recording is made in school or by a district employee at home for school purposes. A broadcast program may be recorded off-air simultaneously with broadcast transmission and retained by a nonprofit educational institution.

Primarily aimed at teachers, students, academics, researchers, librarians, and other people dealing with audiovisual works in education, this course will help attendees understand the conditions under which audiovisual works can be used lawfully for educational purposes; and how mash ups and other derivative works can be created and exploited within and beyond educational settings. Showing a Program Recorded From an Off-Air Broadcast. It complies with the "Kastenmeier Guidelines" which dictate the appropriate length of time an off -air recording can be used during the school year for teaching purposes. If the faculty member wishes to show the same segment later in the semester or in subsequent semesters, permission. These are slides from a staff development workshop I ran at the University of Leicester, UK in September (they are lightly developed from an earlier versi. Guidelines for off-air recording of broadcast programming for educational purposes. Guidelines for educational uses of music. Failure to observe copyright and/or license agreements is a violation of the law and of college policy. No college-owned/leased copying or computer equipment shall be used for unauthorized copying or commercial purposes.

will often mean making a digital copy for preservation purposes. A primary mission of the Internet Archive is to preserve and provide access to as many web pages, books, films, and other material of cultural, historical and literary significance as possible. Currently, the Internet Archive’s digital collections compr moving images. purpose of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research, based on four criteria: 1. The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; 2. The nature of the copyrighted work; 3. Guidelines have been created for the educational and scholarly use of off-air recording as follows: Only recorded programs that are broadcast for the general public, not programs from paid cable television channels, are permissible. The recording must be shown within ten school days of the tapping.

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All off-air programs that are recorded for educational purposes, at or under the auspices of the college by Academic Technology (Media Services), will be documented.

Documentation included with the recording will be the program title, day and time recorded and a notice indicating that the recording must be erased after 45 days unless copyright. A broadcast program may be recorded off-air simultaneously with broadcast transmission (including simultaneous cable retransmission) and retained by a nonprofit educational institution for a period not to exceed the first forty-five (45) consecutive calendar days after date of recording.

The purpose of establishing these guidelines is to provide standards for both owners and users of copyrighted television programs. The guidelines were developed to apply only to off-air recording by nonprofit educational institutions. A broadcast program may be recorded off-air. The following guidelines reflect the Negotiating committee's consensus as to the application of "fair use" to the recording, retention and use of television broadcast programs for educational purposes.

They specify periods of retention and use of such off-air recordings in. Guidelines for Video recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes (Congressional Record, Octopp.

EE). Educators should be aware that off-air videotaping for classroom use remains a very a controversial issue in the application of copyright law.

In accordance with the fair use doctrine. The Guidelines for Off-Air Recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes stipulate that all copies of off-air broadcasts, which rely on fair use, should be erased or destroyed after forty-five days.

Though not legally binding, the guidelines suggest that this practice, at a minimum, should constitute fair use.

Guidelines for Off-Air Recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes. Appendix E. Model Policy Concerning College and University Photocopying for Classroom, Research, and Library Reserve Use YALSA's Competencies in Action--eEditions e-book.

More Young Adults Deserve the Best: YALSA's Competencies in Action--eEditions e-book. A recording of a radio broadcast would be protected as both a sound recording and a broadcast. Sound recordings and broadcasts may also include underlying literary, dramatic or musical works, such as a script, written speech or interview, book (e.g.

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book a broadcaster, there are five books that you should make it a point to read. Each book will give you a different look at your chosen field. The program must be viewed within 10 school-days of the recording.

PBS has negotiated extended taping rights for many of its programs. For complete instructions on off-air recordings see Guidelines for Off-Air Recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes.

Recording beyond that permitted by the guidelines may be permissible for programs broadcast on PBS (Public Broadcasting System) stations. Producers of many PBS programs permit educational institutions to record their programs off the air and show them for longer than ten days — sometimes for years.

Journal of Geography in Higher Education, v8 n2 p Guidelines to help teachers in the United Kingdom know which television programs they may legally videotape are provided. Conditions attached to off-air recording of ITV, Channel 4, BBC, and BBC Open University Programmes are discussed.

After the first ten (10) consecutive school days, off-air recordings may be used up to the end of the forty-five (45) calendar day retention period only for teacher evaluation purposes, i.e., to determine whether or not to include the broadcast program in the teaching curriculum, and may not be used in the recording institution for student.

The primary purpose of the Federal “Guidelines for Off-Air Recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes” is to provide standards for both owners and users of copyrighted television programs. These guidelines were developed in by a committee appointed by Congressman Robert Kastenmeier, Chairman of the House.

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Permitted Multiple Copying for Classroom Use. Multiple copies for classroom use are permitted provided: The work being copied is tied to the teacher’s instructional purpose. Off-Air Recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes A broadcast program may be recorded off-air simultaneously and retained by a non-profit educational institution for 45 days after date of recording.

After that, it must be erased or destroyed. Use of the copy is restricted to educational settings where it may only be used once. Guidelines for Off-Air Recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes. Appendix E. Model Policy Concerning College and University Photocopying for Classroom, Research, and Library Reserve Use Beyond Banned Books: Defending Intellectual Freedom throughout Your Library—eEditions e-book.

Nonprofit educational uses: When teachers photocopy limited portions of written works for classroom use, this is normally acceptable.

An English teacher would be permitted to copy a few pages of a book to show to the class as part of a lesson plan. (Note that she would not be permitted to photocopy the entire book). You may be able to use whole programmes or clips for educational purposes if your school, college or university has an Educational Recording Agency (ERA) licence.

Visit the ERA website for more info. (Guidelines For Off-air Recording of Broadcast Programming For Educational Purposes, ) Taping Television Programs from Satellite According to the Federal Communications Act (U.S.C., Title 47), satellite programming and transmission falls under.

multimedia program produced by an educator or students. • A maximum of 30 seconds per musical composition may be used. • Multimedia program must have an educational purpose. Computer Software • Software (purchased) • Software (licensed) • Library may lend software to patrons.

• Software may be installed on multiple. broadcast schedules. (Prerequisites: MCM and MCM with a grade of C in each). COURSE OVERVIEW: The course is designed to develop student understanding of principles and practices in broadcast television, cable television, radio, audience research, analysis, sources of programs, program content, economic and regulatory constraints.

The Statutory Broadcast Licence allows educational institutions to copy for the educational purposes of the institution. Educational purpose includes a Copy Program or a communication of Copy Program made for: teaching purposes; used as part of a course of study; retained for library use as a.

Key points for recording of television broadcast programming for educational purposes: A broadcast program may be recorded off-air and retained bya nonprofit educational institution for no longer than 45 calendar days after date of recording.

After this time, all recordings must be erased or destroyed immediately. No broadcast program shall be recorded off-air more than once at the request of the same instructor, regardless of the number of times the program is broadcast.

o A limited number of copies may be reproduced from each off-air recording to meet the legitimate needs of instructors under these guidelines. Each such additional copy shall be subject. An off-air recording need not be used in its entirety, but the recording may not be altered, edited, combined or merged.

All copies must include the copyright notice of the broadcast program. Prohibited Uses 1. Recording broadcast programs in anticipation of requests; 2. other than temporary purposes prohibited. Broadcast programs. Single copy of off-air simultaneous broadcast may be used for a period not to exceed the first 45 consecutive calendar days after recording date.

Work or Materials to be used for Educational Purposes. A broadcast program (including cable programs) may be recorded off-air and retained by a non-profit educational institution for a period not to exceed the first forty-five (45) consecutive calendar days after the date of recording.

Upon conclusion of such retention period, all off-air. BoB is an off-air recording and media archive service which enables staff and students to choose and record any broadcast programme from 60+ TV and radio channels.

The recorded programmes are then kept indefinitely and added to a growing media archive (currently at over 1 million programmes. Leading art historians could lead the listener viewer through the book in a broadcast series.

Stimulate local symphony orchestras, through national broadcasts. Develop and distribute programs for specific groups (adult education, instruction, the National Public Radio production center, off air recordings of network programs, and.After the first ten (10) consecutive schools days, off-air recordings may be used up to the end of the forty-five (45) calendar day retention period only for teacher evaluation purposes.

i.e., to determine whether or not to include the broadcast program in the teaching curriculum, and may not be used in the recording institution for student.Off-Air Taping Source: The Kastenmeier Guidelines for off-air video recording, published in the Congressional Record, Octo A broadcast program (including cable programs) may be recorded off-air and retained by a non-profit educational institution for a .