Are other Canadian
Most DVDs or videos that we purchase at stores are sold for viewing by an “at home” audience of a few people. If you were to purchase the same item for viewing by large audiences, it would probably cost ten times as much because of the royalty paid to the copyright owner. It is possible for organizations or groups to make arrangements with the copyright owners for a royalty to be paid to them so that the “at home” video or
Two of the companies that are listed by the Copyright Board of Canada are
Is it time for Canadian churches to set up a non-profit video licensing society? Is there a lawyer that can give practical advice on setting up this kind of group?
John Duifhuis, Clerk Duncan Christian Reformed Church