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|Description=Blip.tv is a video-sharing website focused on episodic content that has enabled CC licensing.
|Tag=video episodic commerical, technical details
|License short name=various
|Quote=By allowing for sharing, re-mixing and re-sharing on the content creator’s own terms we provide more opportunity for shows to grow and build community.
|Quote_Attribution=[http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/8221 Justin Day, blip.tv CTO]
|Image_attribution=(c) blip.tv
== Overview ==
Blip.tv is an online-video sharing site that focuses on episodic content. Blip.tv provides users a means to upload their content under a CC license while simultaneously facilitating commercial avenues through an ad-sharing revenue model. Close to a quarter of the videos uploaded to blip.tv are CC licensed.
Blip.tv describes itself as a "pro-sumer tool for independent content creators." Its focus on episodic content is meant to reflect a need in the video-blogging community for a platform to build a brand/identity online.
== License Usage ==
Content creators can choose a CC license (tailored to their specifications) or 'All Rights Reserved' when uploading their content. Blip.tv has been called a "true sharing site" by Lawrence Lessig because it allows consumers to download videos (if given the option by the content creator), enabling fluid sharing and reuse.
== Motivations ==
:'From the very beginning we’ve been big proponents of openness and sharing. We’ve never had licensing where we claim to own other peoples content, nor have we ever tried to obscure direct downloads of the original source material. CC plays a critical role in maintaining an open community from which everyone benefits [...] By allowing for sharing, re-mixing and re-sharing on the content creator’s own terms we provide more opportunity for shows to grow and build community.' - [http://creativecommons.org/weblog/entry/8221 Interview with Justin Day, CTO at blip.tv]
== Technical Details ==
Blip.tv has implemented 1) a license chooser in the video upload process, 2) the license mark on pages for CC licensed videos, 3) CC REL metadata, and 4) searching for CC licensed videos.
=== License chooser ===
=== License mark ===
=== Metadata ===
Blip.tv has implemented a subset of the [[CC REL]] specification by adding rel="license" tags into links to the CC licenses.
For example, see the source to [http://blip.tv/file/1745675 this page] for a CC BY-SA video.
<a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/"><img alt="Creative Commons License" style="border-width:0" src="http://a.blip.tv/images/cc/by-sa.png" /></a><span style="display:none">This work is licensed under a <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0</a></span>
=== CC search ===
== Media ==
*[http://creativecommons.blip.tv/posts/ Videos by Creative Commons]
*[http://search.creativecommons.org/ Blip.tv on CC-enabled search]

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