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Letter, Response —

Date: Mon, 06 Jun 2005 13:31:02 -0400
From: XXXXXXXXXXXXX
To: sales@bbsdocumentary.com
Subject: BBS documentary

Good Afternoon,

I am the Media Resource Specialist with the XXXXXX District School
Board in XXXXXX. I am interested in obtaining a copy of
the BBS documentary for our media centre, but must first know
if the DVD comes with Public Performance Rights – the rights for
teachers to play the DVD in a classroom?

Thank you in advance for your help,
XXXXXXXX


Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2005 13:36:22 -0400 (EDT)
From: Jason Scott
To: XXXXXXX
Subject: Re: BBS documentary

I am sorry the world has come to this point that you feel you have to ask.

You may play it for anyone you like, you may make copies so teachers can play them in different classrooms or take them home and check them out for the class, and you can even play it as a fundraiser, if you wish.

- Jason


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  1. krnlpanik says:

    …with a small licensing fee of $200 per showing, $100 per copy, and 90% of all funds raised with it.

    THAT’S what this world has come to. Glad to read something like this.