Libraries vs. Big Streaming – an unfinished tale of copyright and disruption
A desperate call appeared on the VideoLib listerv. “13th,” a much-lauded social-issue documentary, nominated for an Oscar, could not be shown in class, to groups, or placed in an archive of important 2016 films. It was showing only on Netflix, where no such rights are usually available. How, the post asked, can it be obtained?
(to read more, please go to the Media Matters Blog, published courtesy of the National Media Market).