All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘licensing’

YouTube Reminds Us That There Are Over 4 Million Creative Commons Videos At Our Disposal

A little over a year ago, YouTube launched Creative Commons on YouTube, and officially allowed uploaders to ad a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY) to their videos. At the launch, the CC library consisted of just over 10,000 videos from organizations like C-SPAN, PublicResource, and Al Jazeera. Today, YouTube tells us that there are now 4 million Creative Commons …

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Netflix Partners with Twentieth Century Fox

Netflix has just announced a new, multi-year licensing agreement with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution. The new deal with make available various TV shows and movies to be streamed in Brazil and other parts of Latin America. Netflix launched in 43 territories of Latin America in 2011. Netflix has been having a few licensing issues as of late, with studios …

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Netflix Streaming Continues to Face Licensing Issues

When I first signed up for Netflix, my wife complained about the overall lack of content offered by the service. Everything she wanted to watch was only available on disc, a fact which irritated her to no end. That’s when I offered an explanation, of sorts: You don’t look for specific titles on Netflix streaming. Instead, you peruse the catalog …

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