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4 & 5 ELIZ. 2 Ch. 74
Copyright Act, 1956
—cont.(10) In this Act—
(b) of being recorded on other material (whether translucent or not), by the use of which it can be so shown;
"the maker”, in relation to a cinematography film, means the person by whom the arrangements necessary for the making of the film are undertaken;
"publication”, in relation to a cinematography film, means the sale, letting on hire, or offer for sale or hire, of copies of the film to the public;
"copy”, in relation to a cinematography film, means any print, negative, tape or other article on which the film or part of it is recorded,
and references in this Act to a sound-track associated with a cinematography film are references to any record of sounds which is incorporated in any print, negative, tape or other article on which the film or part of it, in so far as it consists of visual images, is recorded, or which is issued by the maker of the film for use in conjunction with such an article.
(11) References in this section to Part III of the Cinematograph Films Act, 1938, shall be construed as including references to any enactments for the time being in force amending or substituted for the provisions of the said Part III.
broadcasts14.-(1) Copyright shall subsist, subject to the provisions in this Act,
(b) in every sound broadcast made by the Corporation or the Authority from such a place.
(2) Subject to the provisions of this Act, the Corporation or the Authority, as the case may be, shall be entitled to any copyright subsisting in a television broadcast or sound broadcast made by them; and any such copyright shall continue to subsist