Republishing Terms of Service

1. REpublishing Terms of Service Applicability

Whether you’re working in TV, film, in-venue, online, mobile, or beyond, Vivoom licensing and permissions procedures govern your use of Vivoom co-created content in media. The basics of broadcasting Vivoom produced content are outlined below. If your use case requires a free broadcast license (see below), please send us your information via this broadcast license inquiry form, and we’ll send you an e-mail to confirm whether you qualify.

For further details please consult our Permissions Guidelines, as well as the Vivoom Terms of Service.

2. USE OF THE VIVOOM SERVICE

Broadcast includes but is not limited to: the exhibition, distribution, transmission, reproduction, public performance or public display of Vivoom content by any and all means of media delivery (all forms of television, radio, satellite, Internet protocols, video, closed-circuit wireless, and electronic sell-through, etc.) whether existing now or developed hereafter. 

2.1 - Online

If you are embedding Vivoom co-created content into your website, either by a simple embed or with our APIs, you may only do so with full and complete attribution to Vivoom and our partners, as explained in the Permissions Guidelines. This may include Vivoom in-video attribution, the Vivoom app icon and name, and an attribution link back to either the main site or the app within.

If you are embedding links to Vivoom co-created content in your website, either by a simple embed or with our APIs, no permission is required and your use is governed by the applicable Terms of Service

2.2 - Mobile

Similar to our online terms, if you use our APIs or embed Vivoom co-created content into your mobile app you must always keep the Vivoom app icon and name visible with an attribution link. Offline caching of our content is never allowed.

2.3 - Television

All television uses of Vivoom co-created content, require a free broadcast license. Please send us your information via this broadcast license inquiry form, and we’ll send you an e-mail to confirm whether you qualify.

You do not need permission or a broadcast license if you are demonstrating the use of a the Vivoom co-creation product as such, for example a news story about Vivoom or a segment teaching viewers how to use Vivoom’s co-created app to create a video.

In all cases, you must show attribution to Vivoom, and our partners, on screen at the time the content is shown. We cannot grant an exception to this requirement under any circumstance. For further details please see our Permissions Guidelines.

2.4 - Film

All film uses of Vivoom co-created content, require a free broadcast license. Please send us your information via this broadcast license inquiry form, and we’ll send you an e-mail to confirm whether you qualify.

You do not need permission or a broadcast license if you are demonstrating the use of a the Vivoom co-creation product as such, for example a news story about Vivoom or a segment teaching viewers how to use Vivoom’s co-created app to create a video.

In all cases, you must show attribution to Vivoom, and our partners, on screen at the time the content is shown. We cannot grant an exception to this requirement under any circumstance. For further details please see our Permissions Guidelines.

2.5 - On Site

If you are displaying Vivoom co-created content on a public screen (Cinema, Stadium, Billboard, Advertising Monitor), in all cases, you must show attribution to Vivoom, and our partners, on screen at the time the content is shown. We cannot grant an exception to this requirement under any circumstance. For further details please see our Permissions Guidelines.

2.6 - Audio

When playing Vivoom co-created content on the air with no visual display of the content, you do not need to display the Vivoom app icon and name, but you do need to verbally attribute it to Vivoom and its partners. Play the audio as originally recorded, without edits.

Please see Permissions Guidelines for more details.

2.7 - Print

Please see Permissions Guidelines for more details.