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03-08-2007, 08:46 PM
I'm in the school new broadcast thing at my school and I'm attempting to get them to air the three behind-the-scenes videos during study hall in anticipation for the Yale University event here in CT. My librarian said ok, but ask the principal. He said okay, but first have the librarian check it over for anything bad (you know what I mean) and give him an explanation of what the concert is. I gave him a copy of the "What is VGL?" page. Was wondering if there was any legal issues with this or anything. If not, I hope it passes the "test"! Can't WAIT for this concert!
PS: What happened to the support VGL box on the front page? I tried to use it a while back but I never got an email.
03-09-2007, 05:50 PM
I'm not someone who runs VGL, and I'm not a lawyer, so don't take my word as an official answer. That being said.....
Looking through my old VGL emails and looking at the ones containing links to trailers, I noticed stuff that said "Please feel free to pass along the links." I'm going to assume that if you're these types of videos to a small sized group, then it's basically free publicity for VGL, and you should also be fine with that. If the trailers say "for our street team/mailinglist/ticket buyers only," then I wouldn't show those.
Again, I'm not an official person on this matter, but this is how I've seen things like this go. Hope this helps a little.
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