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Vimeo

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Vimeo is a high quality video-sharing website for creators that has enabled CC licensing. See the Case Study for more information on case studies for vimeo.

How to publish on Vimeo

YouTube

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YouTube is a popular video-sharing platform that has enabled the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license as an option for creators to license their work when uploading their videos. YouTube has created a tutorial on how to mark your video as CC BY when uploading videos to its platform at http://www.youtube.com/t/creative_commons.

Internet Archive

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The Internet Archive is a digital library of internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form, including audio, moving images, texts, and archived web pages. See the Case Study for more information.

How to publish on Internet Archive

Wikimedia Commons

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Wikimedia Commons is a media file repository of CC-licensed and public domain images and videos that supports Wikipedia articles and other Wikimedia Foundation projects.

How to publish on Wikimedia Commons


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