We've been experimenting with youtube as a platform for hosting our university videos and films. The pull towards it was the reach that it potentially gives us . How is everyone else getting along with it?
I've seen quite a few athletics related videos from several colleges on YouTube that are basically montages of a season. But it sounds like they use copyrighted music as a soundtrack. I've had this problem with our own athletics dept creating videos, using copyrighted music and posting them to their own accounts. I'd like to use the videos on our official channel as well, but don't want to deal with the legal issues.
It seems like the worst that can happen is having YouTube pull the video in rare cases, but I'd rather not take any chances. Aside from paying ridiculous amounts of money to license songs, what are some practical alternatives for video soundtracks?
We sort of just jumped right into hosting videos on YouTube. Marketing our school on our channel is our primary priority, but we do help other departments and areas to create their own channels and/or put up their own content, if their video or slide show is not in keeping with our main priority.
October 19-20, 2020https://2020.highedweb.org/#HEWeb20 Join us ONLINE for HighEdWeb 2020, the conference created by and for higher education professionals across all departments and divisions. Together we explore and find solutions for the unique issues facing digital teams at colleges and universities. In 2020, the Conference will be held completely online, offering multiple tracks of streamed presentations, live…See More
October 18-21, 2020 in Little Rock, Arkansas, USAhttps://2020.highedweb.org/#HEWeb20 Join us for HighEdWeb 2020, the conference created by and for higher education professionals across all departments and divisions. Together we explore and find solutions for the unique issues facing digital teams at colleges and universities. With 100+ diverse sessions, an outstanding keynote presentation, intensive workshops, and engaging networking events,…See More
The 2020 Annual Conference of the Higher Education Web Professionals Association (HighEdWeb) will travel to Little Rock, Arkansas, this October 18-21 — and the call for proposals is now open! As a digital professional in higher education, we know you have great ideas and experiences to share. From developers, marketers and programmers to managers, designers, writers and all team members in-between, HighEdWeb provides valuable professional development for all who want to explore the unique…See More
"Join our next webcast with Maxwell Rowe from @mackeycreativelab as he discusses ways to help students reach their educational goals using the guided pathways model on your website. http://bit.ly/2zhdcIt"
"Frustrated with student retention efforts and low graduation rates? Maybe it’s time to consider the guided pathways model for your institution's website. Check out our latest white paper for all the details! http://bit.ly/38rNild"