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Concordia Chimes In May 20, 2011

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I got a response from Concordia Publishing House to my request for a YouTube policy. They said that they handle requests for use of their material on a case by case basis. YouTube videos of school and church performances are usually granted gratis permission but you need to ask. There are some cases where they can not waive the fee. They also said: “Any changes to our policy will be posted on our website http://www.cph.org in the Copyrights and Permission section.”

I believe this is the direct link
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Does this mean you can get a license for an individual song to be posted? What kind of a license is it? How is the fee determined? I will ask them.

edit 5/23/2011 Response to the above questions was that each license request is dealt with on a case-by-case basis. Fair enough.

See post about these publisher’s policies: G.I.A., Choristers Guild

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