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Re: Performing Arts over web/Internet2

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  • From: Ann Doyle <>
  • To: "Feghali, Jose" <>, <>, <>
  • Cc: "hurley, Letitia" <>, Tom Snook <>
  • Subject: Re: Performing Arts over web/Internet2
  • Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2008 16:20:32 -0400

Hello Jose  --  I'm ccing our colleagues at the Philadelphia Orchestra, who have recent experience successfully negotiating performance rights with the orchestra's union, and also colleagues at New World  Symphony, who have netcast contemporary composers' works.   I am sure they will be able to add useful insight here.    All best.   -- Ann

At 03:35 PM 9/16/2008, Feghali, Jose wrote:
Wondering what is the latest info on broadcasting over the web/Internet2, as far as performing and composition rights are concerned. It seems that this is still a “grey area” but I know that several institutions regularly broadcast/webcast and have probably explored this subject.
More specifically, I was wondering if:
·         Rules for two-way only conferencing are different than for webcasting/multicasting
·         Does one need different/additional contracts or riders if contemporary music is involved
·         Does the number of potential (or actual) listeners/streams makes a difference
In general, any experience in this topic would be much appreciated. I have sent several emails to Ann Doyle at Internet2 for the last few months but as yet have not been able to get a reply. If there is info on a website about this issue, would appreciate a link.
Many thanks,
José Feghali
Artist-in-Residence/Professor of Piano
Technology Coordinator for the School of Music
Texas Christian University

Ann Doyle, Arts & Humanities Initiatives

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