In case of corporate videos produced and uploaded by the presenting organisation (using the free streaming service); copyright remains with the producer of the video.
By uploading a corporate video to our free streaming service, you grant SeminarStreams.com a non-exclusive licence to distribute your material for non-commercial and commercial purposes.
Please note that the copyright policy below, only relates to publishing of Academic material.
All academic videos, manuscripts and supporting documentation are considered to be the property of SeminarStreams.com from the time of submission.
Videos, manuscripts and other documentation published on SeminarStreams.com become the sole property of, with all rights in copyright reserved to, SeminarStreams.com. Non-commercial distribution rights are licenced back to the author(s) at the point of submission. Therefore the authors do not need to seek permission from SeminarStreams in order to distribute their work (video or manuscripts) through other non-commercial channels.
The corresponding author, on behalf of all authors, agrees to this copyright transfer at the point of submission.
All SeminarStreams-Academic articles reporting original research (including reviews) are made freely available after publication, subject to certain conditions. SeminarStreams believes that the scientific community and public is best served by accessing the freely available research articles on the SeminarStreams.com website, to ensure dynamic access to any corrections, and related online, on-demand features. However, some funding organisations require that authors of original research articles deposit those manuscripts with an approved public repository, such as PubMed Central.
Please note, that Authors have SeminarStreams’ permission to distribute their material for non-commercial purposes without seeking permission. SeminarStreams has in fact made it easy for you to add your video stream with one click to Facebook or your “Tweets”. SeminarStreams also encourage authors to deposit their articles in public repositories (such as Pubmed or UKPMC) on the following condition:
- Authors must ensure that the posted manuscript (and / or associated material) links back to the published article on SeminarStreams.com to provide readers with access to the most recent version, plus any corrections and comments, as well as the article-related features only available on SeminarStreams.com.