Public Performance Rights are the legal rights to publicly show a film or video. It is a public performance if any of the following are true:
PPR are required if you are screening copyrighted media to audiences for purposes that fall outside regular curriculum-based instruction. These include:
PPR are not required for:
Library videos that include PPR prohibit:
Other restrictions may apply. Many of the videos available through the library do not include Public Performance Rights. Contact your subject librarian to learn whether a library video includes PPR and what those PPR terms may be.