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What's in the Bible? - Single Use Licence

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What's in the Bible? - Single Use Licence

Covers a single showing to no more than 500 persons per event on one occasion only. This licence does not permit the making of copies of the What's in the Bible? DVD or programme broadcast - you must make each showing from a properly purchased DVD.
  • Licence conditions
    Licences are provided subject to the following easy to understand conditions. By signing this Licence and paying the Licence fee you agree to fully comply with these conditions of usage as follows:
    1. The licence fee is payable, in advance of the showing(s), to Friends & Heroes Productions Ltd, on behalf of Jellyfish One LLC.
    2. This licence fee is NON TRANSFERABLE and NON-RETURNABLE whether or not the licensed showing(s) actually take place.
    3. The DVD material itself required to show the programmes must be obtained separately. You may not use this licence with episodes recorded from television, cable, satellite, internet feeds or in any other way.
    4. The organiser of the showings is responsible for obtaining any equipment necessary to show these programmes.
    5. The organiser is responsible for complying with all legal requirements relating to the showing - including safety and licensing of the venue.
    6. This licence does not allow you to make copies of any part of the DVDs for any purpose whatsoever. This would be a serious breach of our copyright and would lead to immediate termination of this licence (without refund), and possible further legal action.
    7. This licence does not allow broadcasting of Friends and Heroes episodes across any medium.
    8. Friends & Heroes Productions Ltd does not consider freewill offerings forming part of a service of Christian Worship to be an "Admission Charge".
    9. Your organisation or event may require a music performance licence for any performance of music products - including 'The Songs' CD and DVD.

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 1 of 5 1 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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1 of 5 Like the product but not the licence fee August 1, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Greater Manchester United Kingdom  
Response to the previous review does not answer the issue.  Those of us in UK churches who are trying to keep with in the law and make sure companies/artists get the loyalties they're due purchase annual licences to cover the different types of media that we use.  Up to now the Church Video License from CCLI has always covered all the films I've used at church, why is 'What's in the Bible' not registered on this scheme?  It becomes unmanageable and very costly to have different licenses for different companies.  Also when I bought the DVDs from a Christian on-line bookshop there was nothing obvious on the sales description to say that they were for home use only.  The DVD's used 25% of my annual budget for children's work, with the extra license fee that will be 50% & this is on top of the church already have a license for all other films.  May be my set of 'What's in the Bible' will have to sit on the shelf and gather dust which will be a shame because the are so good!

Response from the Friends and Heroes team: It is not unusual for DVDs to be for home use only.  Each of the What's in the Bible? DVD boxes have a warning on the back, which I appreciate does not help if you purchase online.  For those holding video rights, CCLI and other schemes are not always the most effective way to collect their dues as, for lots of different reasons, viewings are not always reported on an annual return which can result in poor income for all those signed up to that scheme.

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1 of 5 Like the DVDs, frustrated by the license July 3, 2015
Reviewer: Jane Watkins from Southampton, Hampshire United Kingdom  
I like the What's in the Bible DVDs, but I object to having to buy a separate license on top of the cost of the DVD. Why can't it come under CVLI video license like most Christian video distributors? We don't use DVDs often enough to warrant buying a yearly license.   So, £10 a viewing is very expensive. It means that we won't use the DVDs very often at all. I wonder how many people who use the DVDs actually abide by your licensing?

Response from the Friends and Heroes Team
Any public viewing of a DVD needs a licence by law (www.gov.uk/showing-films-in-public). We offer a range of licences to cater for most needs (from one-off events through to regular usage). The best value licence is our Lifetime Licence, allowing as many showings of any What's in the Bible? DVD (currently 16 titles) and only costs £140. Unlike most other licence schemes, it is a one-off cost with no annual reporting.

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