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Playing music videos in public
If you contact us about using music videos, it will be treated as VPL licensing business. After deduction of operating costs, VPL distributes the licence fees paid by its licensees to its music video rightsholder members. Since , VPL has managed the storing and licensing of an archive comprising more than 50, music videos. All videos are stored and made available digitally with registered users able to search and source clips online. Music videos from the archive are available, for a fee, to registered users who wish to broadcast them or play them in public. Users must have the appropriate licence in place for such music video use, in order to use the PPL Video Store.
Listening to music has always played an important role in learning, expression, and communication. The amount of time children and adolescents spend listening to music in its various forms has continued to increase over the years. As such, the effect that music has on children and adolescents can be quite strong. Children and adolescents typically spend 2. They also watch music videos of their favorite artists and songs on television and video sharing websites as visual images can increase the music's effect. Music often provides enjoyment for children and adolescents, but some studies have shown that the music lyrics and images may have a significant impact on how youth think, feel, and behave.