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Australian educational licence

Screenrights licenses schools, TAFEs and universities to copy from television and radio, and to put copied progams on an intranet, email them and manage them using a digital sytem such as Clickview. Our licences cover most schools, all universities and many TAFEs. If you are unsure as to whether your institution is licensed, please contact us.

With a Screenrights licence you can copy:

  • Any program – movies, current affairs, documentaries, news
  • Any amount – copy five minutes or an entire drama, make one copy or 20, it’s up to you
  • Anywhere – make copies at home or in your library
  • From any channel – copy from free to air TV, pay TV or radio
  • Podcasts and vodcasts – copy broadcast material made available online by the broadcaster
  • In any format – copy onto VHS, DVD or store digital copies on a hard drive or other device
  • From old copies – update your VHS copies by putting them in digital format

And make the following uses of your copies:

  • Show them in class
  • Keep them in the library as an ongoing resource
  • Store them on a network for staff and students
  • Email them to staff and students
  • Show them on an electronic whiteboard

Remember to label all copies

Made for [institution’s] educational purposes under Part VA, Copyright Act 1968
Date of broadcast…………………
Date this copy made …………….

And include a warning notice on copies that are communicated online

Copyright Regulations 1969

This material has been copied and communicated to you by or on behalf of [insert name of institution] pursuant to Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968 (the Act).

The material in this communication may be subject to copyright under the Act. Any further copying or communication of this material by you may be the subject of copyright or performers protection under the Act.

Do not remove this notice.

What upcoming programs are relevant to your teaching areas?

Visit www.enhancetv.com.au. This website was developed by Screenrights to help teachers get the most out of film and television in the classroom. Subscribe to a free weekly guide to the best in educational programming, and don’t miss out on the perfect broadcast for your class.

Want free resources to help you teach?

EnhanceTV has free study guides, articles and other resources to help you teach with television and radio.

Missed recording a program?

We’ve copied it for you. EnhanceTV’s online store has a huge range of educational film and TV programs available as downloads.

Access programs anywhere, anytime

EnhanceTV Direct is an exciting new service that gives you immediate access to a vast, and growing, library of programs from any internet connected computer. Try it free for 3 months. To see a demo, download the product brochure and find out more about prices, visit enhancetv.com.au/direct

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Did you know we can provide access to over 20,000 programs from broadcast TV?

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