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Do you care that there is an Olympic black out?


You cannot post Olympic material on youtube and all other video sharing sites. Even some news organizations that do not have rebroadcast rights cannot show video in their news feeds. Does it bother you that you have to go to only one or two sources for updated Olympic coverage?

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Liam Hallam (CyclingFitness) says

4 years ago
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    Patty Inglish (Patty Inglish, MS) 4 years ago

    I'm thinking that if they let you in with your camera and video cam, your footage should be OK to use (?). For official AAU-type Taekwondo tournaments, there is often a fee charged for bringing cameras and then you can publish the footage at will.

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Patty Inglish (Patty Inglish, MS) says

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    Clayton Hartford (bn9900) 4 years ago

    Sounds reasonable to me Patty


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Jason Matthews says

4 years ago
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    Patty Inglish (Patty Inglish, MS) 4 years ago

    It can be tough finding some events televised at all. The way I understand the contractual rights, athletes don't own performances/coverage up front; but sponsors, countries/govt., NBC, and the IOC do - unlike Hubbers owning Hubs. Very stringent.

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