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Posted on Sep 2, 2018 in Video Contest

Video Contest Legal Terms

Video Contest Legal Terms

Legal Release for Submissions to MASE Uranium Video Contest

Copyright Issues: There is a significant amount of video and audio available online that falls under Creative Commons licensing. It is permissible to use Creative Commons video and/or audio in your entry as long as you meet the requirements of the particular license. Entries that violate copyright are not eligible for a prize. Click here for more information on Creative Commons.

By submitting your video, you are promising that you own all rights to all material in your video, including the music, images, script, and rights to include all persons, places or organizations included or depicted. (Creative Commons

MASE will have distribution rights for non-commercial use, and video makers will have co-distribution rights for either public or commercial use. You also agree to allow MASE to use your name, identification, and likeness to use, promote or publicize your video in any manner, without limitation, and without further compensation. 

This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. By submitting your video, you agree to release Facebook of any and all liability associated with this contest.

You agree to indemnify MASE, including for legal costs, against any challenges to the ownership, use of, or rights to material in your video. 

By agreeing to the Terms And Conditions herein, the Applicant submitting a video acknowledges that he or she has obtained consent from any and all owners, creators, writers, Producers and/or other authorized representatives of the video whose consent is required to submit the video to MASE, and has read and understood the submission rules and regulations set forth herein.

All Rights Reserved: All products resulting from the winning videos become the property of MASE. MASE reserves the right to publish or broadcast all submissions to the contest. Video makers will have co-distribution rights for either public or commercial use.

Judging: A committee of community organizers, filmmakers, and educators selected by MASE will judge entries on the basis of originality of ideas, creativity and clarity of expression.

Questions: Candace Head-Dylla, 505-401-4349

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