Hello! Thanks for clicking through to this. I know this is a bit impersonal, but hopefully this'll save time for both of us!
See below for academic use or non-YouTube video platforms.
If you're just embedding the original YouTube player in your own site, go ahead: you don't need to ask!
If you're using the video in any other way, though, do get in touch.
Please note: I do not license for free to Facebook pages, news organisations or television. I recognise that you're on a budget, but so am I!
Send an email to Carina at the Soho Agency, 📧 email@example.com, and include:
Please note: I am not interested in licensing ‘on spec’ based on revenue-sharing agreements.
If it helps, I'm normally able to sift through my files and dig out original clips, including longer shots of B-roll footage. Many of my videos are filmed with either GoPros or iPhones, so what you're seeing on YouTube is representative of the original video quality!
If you're just embedding the YouTube player, or playing the video directly from YouTube in a classroom, you don't need to ask: go ahead!
For any other academic use, email 📧 firstname.lastname@example.org with the size of your audience and a bit of context. If it's non-commercial, and not being rebroadcasted or reuploaded anywhere, I'll probably be OK with it!
If you're from a video platform other than YouTube, and would like to invite me to upload to your platform too, please do get in touch!
Send an email with your expected CPM and viewcount to 📧 email@example.com.
I'll ask you to guarantee a minimum of 50% of that over the first few months: I've been burned enough that if a company's not willing to back up its claims like that, I'm not going to be signing with them!