Licensing of films and TV on-board ship
Films, TV shows, newspapers and other media content on ships require the correct
viewing licence by law.
Because films are used and viewed in a ‘commercial environment’ (a working ship),
a specific viewing licence is required. This is known as a 'Special Non-Theatrical
“Marine” Viewing Licence'.
As official bodies attempt to crackdown on illegal practices at sea, one major benefit
of our service is that we not only ensure all content provided is correctly licensed,
we also continually liaise with all the licensing authorities to manage the complicated
media copyright issues.
Our DVDs, which comprise the latest releases, are all brand new and are retained
onboard ship for two years. Thereafter, they are destroyed (an affidavit of destruction
is completed and returned to Walport to comply with copyright).
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