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"Written documentation of copyright ownership is a critical part of any archive’s oral history work."
Unless a different, written agreement has been created, the copyright of an oral history is held jointly between the interviewer and the interviewee. This copyright does not end at death, but passes to the estate of the interviewer or interviewee. When conducting oral history interviews for a Centre College project or a project that will be held by the Centre College Archives, a signed agreement on who owns the copyright must be signed.
Do not use copyrighted music in the interview.
Do not show copyrighted images in a video interview.
Please review Centre College's copyright policy.
If you'd like to know more, read: Speaking of Music and the Counterpoint of Copyright: Addressing Legal Concerns in Making Oral History Available to the Public.
Centre College Archives requires the followings form for submission to the Archives: