The "Creator Endorsed" concept is a very robust way of monetizing creative works, and can be adapted to many different strategies. Free culture videos could use an advertising model enabled by the Creator Endorsed mark, based on the same business models as have been used for decades for syndicated television. Personally, I think if one sold a 30-second to one-minute spot in a 30-minute show, no one would even bother to edit it out unless it was a really irritating ad -- even without there being any repercussions to doing so.
Today, with internet distribution, it's fairly common to put "wrap" ads on the beginning or end of a video, advertising the distributor or sold by the distributor, but it's rare to put them into the middle of it. If we are to sell advertisements, however, the advertisers will want some kind of guarantee that their ads will be seen. The most common licenses for free culture works are of course, those promoted by the Creative Commons.
Attribution is not quite as simple as it sounds, because it's not always clear exactly who is the principle "creator" of a work (especially for larger, more collaborative works).
It is actually up to the copyright owner to decide which of these is acceptable, so conscientious users of the license will specify what they expect.
Naively, you might think that this alone is sufficient to insist on advertisements, but this is not the case. The detailed wording of the licenses is much more specific about what must be included, and it does not require anything to be included verbatim. In general, the Creative Commons "Attribution" clause has not been considered to include advertisements or sponsorship notices.
In fact, although it's perhaps early to call it a "convention", the times I've seen a CC license used on a film or video, the attribution requirement for copying the whole film has been to "roll the entire credits", which frequently does include sponsorship notices of some kind (e.g. The "Creator Endorsed" mark, however, with its trademark protection allows a more direct requirement, however.
This mark would be restricted to copies which carried the commercial break, just as with syndicated television.
It might be worth noting that the Creative Commons licenses specifically acknowledge this kind of separate endorsement agreement. Of course, people could still exercise their right of modified distribution under a Creative Commons license. Also, while the advertisement could be legally stripped out, notices included in the video credits would not be. What this creates is a revenue model very similar to syndicated television, with most of the same players. Another value to this endorsement mark would be that it would establish the "canonicity" of the video -- distinguishing it from "fan fiction" remixes.
Fan remix titlecard designed to fit in the same place as the endorsement titlecard, but clearly distinguishable.
However, free culture artists have the same sustainability concerns as anyone else, and this is another potential revenue stream. There's obviously a higher premium on having good quality ads: memorable, well-targeted, and if possible, topical to the show. This is a tougher question, and I'm no advertising executive, so I can't really answer it myself (though I would love to discuss this with someone in the business of selling commercial advertising).
I can observe, however, that advertisers have generally been eager to join the bandwagon on any opportunity that has become available, even if it does take them a little time.
Will advertisers believe enough in the system to pay reasonable advertising rates for inclusion?
Will any advertising agency work with free culture video producers to sell this kind of advertising?
One argument in favor is that this isn't really very different from the situation with existing copyright-enforced ads, because copyright enforcement on that level is nearly impossible.
The term for this form of syndication is called "Barter" - and has worked well for decades - sports programming was offered this way in the 1950's, especially wrestling, for instance. As internet video is not constrained by time-slots and programming, the best to make this work is to follow the example of what 1950's & 1960's half hour TV had - you had your sponsor mentioned before - in the opening credits, the credits, sponsor ad, one single as break in the middle point, and then a ad break between the end of the story and end credit, with a sponsor tag. This is less annoying, people will watch the ads as they are less frequent - plus mentioning the sponsor in the opening credits right off the bat puts them in a persons mind. The problem with repurposed content from television to the internet is they still put ads in the same places - they are shorter and one per break, but adverting on the internet needs to go back to the original TV ( and radio for that matter!) format of less ads, single or dual sponsor.
The other example I think of is Public Broadcasting -- when PBS airs a show, they have commercials identifying the sponsors, usually before the program. Copyright notice: These web pages are devoted to questioning the idea that copyright is necessary for the promotion of creative expression. The Internet animation community is struggling to understand and address a serious issue today: a series of tweets last night by Adventure Time storyboard revision artist Emily Partridge in which she identified artist Skyler Page, the creator of the Cartoon Network series Clarence, as sexually assaulting her.
On Monday, June 30, an illustrator named Mare Odomo, presumably a friend of Partridge’s, revealed that the individual was Page in the following tweet. The situation has involved many of the studio’s biggest creative figures, including Adventure Time creator Pen Ward, who met personally with Partridge last night after she spoke out on Twitter. There is no word yet on the future of Clarence as a Cartoon Network series, but the show is currently in production without its creator Page, who also voices the titular character. Hey everybody, I’m a close personal friend of Skyler’s, and the inspiration for the Jeff character on Clarence. What happened was horrible, but the tone of the online conversation is painting Skyler as a calculating predator.
As someone who has dealt with mental illness both in myself and with members of my family, and as someone who has been watching Skyler continuously dig himself into a hole, I’m glad this is being talked about.
I’m not using his illness as an excuse, I’m not minimizing his actions in any way shape or form.
However, now that information is public about the things that have been happening, Skyler’s mental state needs to be discussed as well. Just to be clear, that was never intended to be a joke, and I was honestly surprised that it was taken as such. This is precisely what you can do with FPS Creator, an excellent game editor that enables you to create your own FPS adventures in a very easy way.
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In a blog entry on his website, Observatory, Segall argues that Apple has stuck to its product-based ads while Samsung has been investing big-time in people-based ads and creating greater buzz than Apple.


Segall does, however, end on an optimistic note, expressing his faith that the "smart people" at Apple and TBWA\Chiat\Day won't "take this lying down" and will be working hard to rebound with their own advertising efforts. I cringe every time I see a Samsung ad, can't they just advertise their own actual products and not bash others.
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This gives a partial, but not complete, solution to the problem of retaining advertisements. For a film, the correct "attribution" might be understood simply to be the studio name or it might be interpreted to mean the entire credits roll at the end of the film. As part of the distribution terms, any removal of ads (as well as any other edit of the piece) would require removal of this CE mark unless permission was explicitly acquired (which is simply demanding truth in advertising -- clearly if there are no commercials or the commercials are different, they do not benefit the artists and the mark would therefore be an improper use of the trademark). This would include the case of simply stripping out the advertisements -- provided they also remove the CE mark.
And it would be possible to include an educational notice indicating that official releases contain the "Creator Endorsed" mark, along with a link for additional information (this is probably covered by the legal-notices). However, the copyright regulation is replaced by the simple signaling mechanism of the "creator endorsed" mark. I use green to symbolize total freedom, as use of this card is voluntary and places no requirements at all on the work. You might think, "Isn't this why I'm doing free culture -- so I don't have to resort to such crass commercialism?" Well, if you feel that way, this is probably not for you!
Also, we do have a number of video formats in which advertisements have already become part of the landscape. I remember when the idea of an advertisement on an internet website was just as bizarre a concept -- and look at us now. Depending on the arrangement, the local or cable outlet will get usually 2 to 3 minutes of the 8 minutes of advertising space in a half hour show, and usually 6-8 minutes of the 16 minutes of an hour show. An hour presentation would follow about the same you had your sponsor mentioned before - in the opening credits, the credits, sponsor ad, ad break around the 15,the 30,the 45 and then a ad break between the end of the story and end credit, with a sponsor tag. I think "less is more" applies here -- the ads are worth more if there are fewer of them, because advertisers know there's less competition and the viewer is going to be more receptive. Patrick Harpin, a CalArts classmate of Page and the former head of story of Clarence, went onto his Tumblr account today to call Page a “piece of shit,” and further claimed that he and other writers were more responsible for the development of Clarence than Page. But the reason you like Clarence, in spite of it’s creator, is because the “creator” had very little to do with the show.
In light of the recent incident, however, the network will almost certainly have to revise their approach to promoting the series, which has now taken on uncomfortable layers of meaning. Specifically a form of Bipolar 1 that results in prolonged psychotic episodes, not sleeping for days, and erratic, sometimes frightening behavior that mimics schizophrenia. I know people will be upset, but the goal of this is not to be stigmatizing for other people with mental illnesses.
Hearing about this instance has been so difficult for everyone involved on a level outside of this assault. While we feel that the use of the photo was merited and ethical under the particular circumstances of this story, we are responding to the wishes of the Cartoon Brew community at large who feel that the use of a photo was not respectful to the victim.
Those still working on it definitely know what they’re doing, especially considering the fact that Page did barely any work on the show anyways. I expect such discussions will be happening at Cartoon Network’s highest levels in Atlanta over the coming weeks. Everything is taken care of, so for example, if you put a lamp inside a room, the editor will automatically control light dynamics.
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The local station would pay for the syndication tape, agreeing, among other things, to leave the syndication ads on the tape when playing the show, and possibly adding their own ads. Even this kind of representation has some value (similar to sponsorship credits as used with Public Broadcasting). Also, if you follow usual film conventions, cutting out the credits would also mean cutting out the end credits music, which is another disincentive to doing it. As a positive nod to such remixes, it might even be fun to provide (on your release site, pointed to by the URI in the credits) an alternative title-card for fan remixes.
In television series, for example, it's common to use commercial breaks as natural punctuation to the story, separating the acts.
So the challenge will be to hold the ads up to that standard, and the voluntary nature of the medium naturally encourages that. There are already many television shows copied onto YouTube and other places with the ads stripped. But as "tasteful ads" they are much more palatable to the audience and hence they are worth a lot. We ask, but do not require, that you credit QuestionCopyright.org when appropriate and link back to the original article for online citation.
Harpin is currently a storyboard artist at Sony Pictures Animation on Hotel Transylvania 2. Emily Partridge is one bad-ass chick for standing up to a guy who a lot of people wanted to cover up for.
There will likely be much closer scrutiny at Cartoon Network’s Atlanta headquarters over the dialogue and behavior of the characters in Clarence so as to avoid uncomfortable parallels with the personal life of its creator. All of Skyler’s other close friends and family, many people who worked on the show, many other people in the studio have all been affected by this for months, years even. Since those ideas were not expressed clearly enough for some readers, I have elaborated on that section to make it more clear.
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The company continues to bash away at Apple, delivering ads that are well produced, well written and seem to be striking a nerve.
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Retaining the endorsement mark (and the ads) has a definite goodwill value to the distributor at little to no cost (provided the ads are not onerously long or disruptive to the work). There are also artistic elements such as the five to ten second "eye catch" animations that are used in anime productions to delimit the commercials.
When we publish articles by others, or quote from articles originally published elsewhere, that content is of course still under its original copyright. Skyler’s asshole behavior (though not yet sexual assault) was the main reason I quit the show more than a year ago.
It was created by the writers (me and Spencer Rothbell) and the talented board artists (people like Charlie Gavin, Derek & Diana). However, just like you can’t generalize that EVERYONE with a mental illness assaults other people (sexually or otherwise), you also can’t generalize that everyone with mental illnesses do not.
Skyler was put in a position of having his own show, let the power go to his head, and was completely unable to emotionally handle the pressure. As a woman in animation (hell, just the world), I know what it’s like to not feel safe in your environment. Also, don't panic if you see no help available inside the program: look for the PDF user manual inside the game's folder. Switch to 3D mode and you drop in on your scene for pixel perfect placement of 3D entities.
In contrast to Apple, which has been sticking to its product-based ads, Samsung has been scoring points with its people-based ads a€” most of which play off some growing negative perceptions about Apple.Segall had previously slammed Apple's short-lived Genius-based campaign which appeared to make its customers seem dumb. The series will also be available in Kindle FreeTime Unlimited, a service built just for kids that gives them the freedom to explore all their favorite books, games, educational apps, movies and TV shows, while providing parents with the tools they need to manage their kids’ screen time.
These are so much a part of Japanese animation that they are included even in most direct-to-video releases of Japanese anime ("OVAs"), even though there are no commercials between them.
However, we only publish material that is available under a free license (except for short quotes covered by so-called "fair use" doctrine), so you'll still have all the aforementioned rights. This assault instance is the tip of the iceberg of a whole series of incidents over the last few years, and hopefully by talking about it we can raise awareness so things like this don’t happen in the future. Place a light-switch on the wall and it'll intelligently control the dynamic lighting in the room. He notes now that Samsung invested in a two-minute Super Bowl ad, while Apple did nothing, and that Samsung created a new story for the Oscars while Apple ran a variation of its standard campaign approach. Amazon Original Series are available exclusively to Prime members through Prime Instant Video. There’s been enough victims of Skyler Page, don’t punish the talented crew that actually raised Clarence. They just assumed that since he was out of the hospital, that it meant he was “cured.” I was LIVID.
No mental illness magically gets “cured.” But because there is such a stigma around mental disorders, nobody higher up knew how to deal with it.



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