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Luis Maymi LopezLuis Maymi Lopez
Participant

Pseudosafari

Part of the contract they send me says the following about copyright:

“I
represent that I am the sole and exclusive owner of all rights in and to the
Video described as
<span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>lightning strikes at Lake Charles </span>(the Video), and that the Video is
authentic and the events recorded actually occurred and were not staged in any
way.”

“In consideration of my
desire to have the Video used by NBC News, I hereby grant a non-exclusive
license to NBC News and The Weather Channel for use of the Video in The Weather
Channel program tentatively entitled
<span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>Lightening</span>! and any and all
updates and/or revisions thereof scheduled for initial air on The Weather
Channel and for exploitation and distribution in all media now known or
hereafter discovered.”

“Owner represents that he/she has all rights in and
to the Video, including the copyright.
Owner agrees to indemnify and hold harmless NBC, The Weather Channel,
and their employees, parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, joint venture
partners, representatives, agents, licensees, and assigns from and against any
and all claims, damages, liabilities, cost and expenses (including attorneys’
fees) arising out of their use of the Video in accordance with this license.”

By the way, I’m starting to put lower third in my videos, but with information of the services my small business offers. It’s a good idea to do this because if a person download the video, they will have a hell of a time trying to remove the lower third or the watermark.

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