Video distribution considerations

By Ray Wood
June 16, 2008
We all are in a rush to get our videos to the viewing, and hopefully, buying public.

But what happens after the subject property closes? And what liability does the agent, or the publisher of the video have, regardinge the privacy or security of the new owner?

I've considered shot-gunning my videos to all parts of the Internet. The reason I haven't so far is that they are hard to reel in once they're out there.

One of the advantages of using Wellcomemat is the ability to control the publication from unlimited (active) to limited (inactive) to gone (deleted).

Some sites offer some control over downloading and/or subsequent distribution. Some have no control at all.
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