Public Performance Rights are the legal rights to publicly show a film or video. It is a public performance if any of the following are true:
PPR are not required for:
PPR are required for all screenings of copyrighted media to audiences outside of regular classroom activity. Examples:
Since the library acquires videos to support the curriculum, we do not typically secure PPR with video purchases and subscriptions. However some educational distributors include PPR with their videos (see below).
It is the responsibility of the user, not the library, to investigate PPR. The library will provide assistance in determining if the library's copy includes PRR or help identify a distributor who may hold the PRR.
Yes, some of the library's streaming videos collections include PPR for videos in the subscription, as long as admission is not charged. These streaming collections include PPR: