Under the Australian Copyright Act, educational institutions can copy and communicate programs from television and radio, provided they enter an agreement with Screenrights and pay a licence fee.
Screenrights licenses schools, TAFEs and universities to copy from television and radio, and to put copied programs on an intranet, email them and manage them using a digital system such as Blackboard or Moodle. Our licences cover most schools, all Australian universities and many TAFEs. The licence also allows you to access content copied from television or radio by third party services, such as Clickview, TV4Education, InfoRMIT and EnhanceTV.
If you are unsure as to whether your institution is licensed, please contact us.
Access programs anywhere, anytime with resource centres. Screenrights licenses third parties to make the copies for you, and to stream them to you. Services are available from Clickview, TV4Education, InfoRMIT and Screenrights’ own service, EnhanceTV. Read more here.
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