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Old 12th March 2011, 18:38
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Hi, I have been given the opportunity to broadcast a wedding for a friend and it's something that I can take further as a business venture.
There is an issue however that may reflect on Livestream/Mogolus' terms of use and that is with recorded popular music that would be played at such an event.

What steps can I take in order to comply?
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Old 13th March 2011, 13:50
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Hi, I have been given the opportunity to broadcast a wedding for a friend and it's something that I can take further as a business venture.
There is an issue however that may reflect on Livestream/Mogolus' terms of use and that is with recorded popular music that would be played at such an event.

What steps can I take in order to comply?
Hey epicbusi, I've merged this with a similar thread which you may find helpful. It's the responsibility of the channel owner/producer to determine whether content violates copyright or our terms of use. I recommend familiarizing yourself with our terms of use:
http://www.livestream.com/terms/generalterms

Best,
Jason
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Old 13th March 2011, 21:13
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Hi Jason,

I have read the T&C's again and it looks likely that I will require to find another CDN in order to complete this task.

As a 3rd party, I have little control over what music is being played at a wedding. I have seen other producers overdub so as to not infringe other's rights.

I am looking for a work-around that is fair and equitable.

Michael
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Old 17th March 2011, 03:56
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I think so project manger is in right side and we should do something which is not under the copyright act..
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Old 19th March 2011, 03:02
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I think so project manger is in right side and we should do something which is not under the copyright act..
Hi Andrew, I have seen so many videos that are doubtful to comply with the T&C's of the digital millennium(copyright) act. While it is possible to buy a license to broadcast music at a local level, doing so on a global scale seems a little different.
Here is the link for the global governing body for authors and composers: http://www.cisac.org/
While I can register for Australian-based content, to use global content becomes a bit of a nightmare. The only other way is to insure heavily and negotiate if something like this ever gets to court.

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