Can you use images of BBC tv sHow is on your website Im going to make a doctor who fansite but am not actually sure where i can use doctor who images from without it braking the BBC copyright?
I'm not entirely sure about this one. So to be safe, I'd email the BBC and ask them. That'll be the best way. Good answer. The BBC often provides material as long as you give them the credit for it
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Answer . \nUnless you own the copyright, or you have a license, or qualify under the defense of "fair use", or other legal exception, then it is a copyright infringement t…o duplicate or publish works that belong to others.
The Daleks first appeared on the 21st November 1963, briefly as a "cliffhanger" ending to the episode 'The Dead Planet' - only the fifth Doctor Who episode. However, all that …is seen at the end of this episode is the sucker arm. In the next episode, 'The Survivors', the Daleks are seen in full for the first time. These two episodes, and the next five ('The Escape', 'The Ambush', 'The Expedition', 'The Ordeal' and 'The Rescue') make up a seven-part serial, most commonly referred to under the collective title of "The Daleks". The last of these episodes aired on 1st February 1964. The Daleks were the creation of a young Welsh writer by the name of Terry Nation, who had, just prior to his being commissioned to write for Dr Who, been submitting material for the comic, Tony Hancock. Nation's brief for the design of the Daleks was by no means comprehensive and the task of realising the monsters for the small screen fell to BBC designer, Raymond Cusick. It was he who came up with the now famous pepperpot shape etc. And it has to said that it was this unique alien design which popularised the Daleks as much as the name Dalek itself. The other feature of the Daleks which endeared them to the British viewers was of course their grating metallic voices. These were produced by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's Brian Hodgson using a ring modulator, which treated the voices of the actors using it. The original Dalek voices were spoken by actors Peter Hawkins (of Bill and Ben, Captain Pugwash fame etc), and Gerry Anderson voice artiste, David Graham. They would both voice the metal meanies for all of William Hartnell's adventures featuring the monsters from Skaro. Roy Skelton later took over from Graham for the classic Troughton story "The Evil of the Daleks", and would remain the main voice of the Daleks throughout the remainder of the show's original run. The Dalek operators for that very first story included the late Robert Jewell, the late Kevin Manser, the late Michael Summerton and Peter Murphy (Murphy Grumbar).
How do you get permission to use copyrighted material on educational television making a game review show for parents with a lot of images?
I would contact the game companies (PIO or similar) and tell them about your program. We had a computer show once, and the companies are usually only happy to send demo videos… and samples. It is advertisement for them, although let them know how you will be critiquing the games just in case they have a problem with it.
Go to the BBC Doctor Who homepage, "http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/s4/", then you will see a bar at the top. Click on "games". There will be a list of games, all of which will… have a "play" button. Click any one of these. You will need flash to play these games.
No, because there's nothing to steal. Using an image without permission or an exemption in the law is copyright infringement.
BBC Wales produce Doctor Who.
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Contact the owners of the copyright or their agents. If you have the image in digital form, the copyright holder's details may be in the 'metadata' belonging to the image, loo…k at 'Properties', or 'Info'.
No you cannot use someone elses image without permission, regardless of whether the copyright date has been "updated". Since the law was amended in 1989, it has not even been …necessary to include a copyright notice in order for a work to be protected. The only exceptions would be; if it would qualify as "fair use", or if the material has fallen into the public domain. It is up to the owner of the copyright to keep it updated, so yes, if it is expired you can use the image.
All we know is that it will air sometime later this year (2009)
almost certainly, if they show torchwood they'll show doctor who
plastic surgeons use it to create images of what the person will look like after their surgery. it is also used in x-rays
Doc Martin is a popular BBC comedy series about a General Practitioner in a quiet Cornwall town. He started out as a successful surgeon but then developed a fear of blood and …is forced to stop practicing surgery. The show follows his adjustment to small town life. Doc Martin first aired in 2004 and is still running.
The first 3 seasons of Merlin are already out in the US, you can buy them on amazon. The 4th season has only just come out on TV since October, so a release date for the DVD v…ersion has not been given yet.