Want to copy television and radio programs? It’s simple. A Screenrights licence gives you access to TV and radio as an educational resource. In many cases, your institution, department or business may already be covered by a licence, taken out on your behalf. If you are unsure, please contact us.
Australian educational licences
Our licences cover all public and Catholic schools and universities. Many independent schools also have a licence, and so do many TAFEs. Certain training providers may also obtain a licence. If you would like to apply for a Screenrights licence, download the appropriate form below. Alternatively, contact us for more information.
New Zealand educational licences
You will need a Screenrights licence if you are a New Zealand school or tertiary institution who would like to copy audiovisual content from television, radio, or the internet, or use copied programs on a ClickView or eTV system.
If you are unsure as to whether your school, polytechnic or wananga is licensed, please contact us.
All universities have a licence.
If you would like to apply for a school’s licence, download the New Zealand schools licence form or contact New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA) about their ‘One Stop Copyright Solution’ scheme.