Thursday, October 23, 2008

Red Handed

Below is an email that Cameron and I got for our Movie Review show. For those of you who don't know, Cameron and I got a show which will start airing on cable access channel 6 next week. We have put up each review individually on youtube. It pleases me to no end that we were actually noticed by the Associated Press, automated or not. (the reviews are edited by Jon Madsen, and the logo was designed by Lara Durham)

Dear CinematicExperience,

Your video
"Eagle Eye (2008) The Cinematic Experience Review" has been identified by YouTube's Content Identification program as containing copyrighted content which Associated Press (AP) claims is theirs.
Your video
"Eagle Eye (2008) The Cinematic Experience Review" is still available because Associated Press (AP) does not object to this content appearing on YouTube at this time. As long as Associated Press (AP) has a claim on your video, they will receive public statistics about your video, such as number of views. Viewers may also see advertising on your video's page.

Claim Details:

Copyright owner: Associated Press (AP)
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Policy: Allow this content to remain on YouTube. Place advertisements on this video's watch page.
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Associated Press (AP) claimed this content as a part of the YouTube Content Identification program. YouTube allows partners to review YouTube videos for content to which they own the rights. Partners may use our automated video / audio matching system to identify their content, or they may manually review videos.

If you believe that this claim was made in error, or that you are otherwise authorized to use the content at issue, you can dispute this claim with Associated Press (AP) and view other options in the
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Sincerely,
The YouTube Content Identification Team

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8 comments:

T Wolf said...

I remember in your old "on the John" letters how you would have the section devoted to "the pursuit of fame & fortune." Nice to see you'r still working on it.

Good review.

jaime said...

I'm stoked to start watching your's and Cameron's show! You guys always make me laugh. I'm kinda dying to know how Cameron thought the show should end now though!

Rhett said...

So what was the copyright stuff? The trailer? Or the poster in the background of Cameron's basement?

Cameron's Corner said...

SPOILER ALERT: Jamie. I think that when he walked into the room dressed as the police officer and fired 27 rounds into the ceiling while the President of the United States was 10 feet away... that he should have been shot and killed by the Secret Service agents.

He was prepared to sacrifice himself. I was prepared for his sacrifice, as well. But he lived happily ever after instead.

Maria said...

Nice! I hope we get to see these clips on your blog or at least a link to the clips. I don't have local Utah cable here...

Cameron - I couldn't agree more about the ending.

El Shake said...

Have you see the two idiots who do Eberts show now?

You guys should take over for them.

Janey said...

your dog is going blind?????!!!! How sad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I think I might have to grieve for him- dogs have my heart wraped around their little paws- I might care more about them then the humans I take care of- hmmm maybe I went into the wrong profession

Rachelle said...

oh my gosh you and cameron are just too cute! Loved it.