Acknowledging Creative Commons Music?
- I'm using music under a
My problem may be quite easy: I use one track for a short podcast with a simple voice over - so I'm starting (from today) to put in an acknowledgement at the end:
("This is Julian Doncaster leaving you with 'woof woof woof' by the Plague Dogs licensed to us under Creative Commons by Cleora de Ville publications")
What (for example) do those of you do who use half a dozen or more tracks per podcast? Is it sufficient to have an acknowledgement of the sources on the web page - or does that mean that you then have to mention the web page inn the audio? Or is it enough to have an acknowledgement in the url mentioned on the RSS channel feed - or even in a web page referenced in the MP3 metadat?
Thanks for any comments
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- Hi Julian,
Personally I feel it's best to acknowledge the works of other artists
in the podcast recording itself, because most of your subscribers
probably aren't going to be checking out your site or the RSS file for
the attribution. If you don't acknowledge the artist within your
recording, the listener may assume that the music was your creation,
and that's just not right.
That's my take, anyway.
On Sun, 19 Dec 2004 12:45:46 -0000, Julian Yahoo 1
> Left a bit out: the first para should have said:
> >I'm using music under a Creative Commons license.
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