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21-1975.


21-1975.
   
   A. As used in this act:
   
   1. "Sound recording" and "article" means a phonograph record, disc,
   tape, film, audio or video cassette, compact video disc, or other
   material now known or later developed on which sounds or images are or
   can be recorded or otherwise stored;
   
   2. "Owner" means the owner of the master sound recording and, with
   respect to Section 4 of this act, shall mean the owner of the rights
   to record or authorize the recording of any performance not yet fixed
   in a tangible medium of expression;
   
   3. "Manufacturer" means the entity authorizing the duplication of the
   specific recording in question, but shall not include the manufacturer
   of the cartridge or casing which encloses the recording or the
   manufacturer of the recording medium;
   
   4. "Counterfeit label" means an identifying label, markings serving
   the purpose of a label, or container that appears to be genuine but is
   not genuine;
   
   5. "Audiovisual work" means a series of related images intended to be
   shown through the use of mechanical or electronic devices, together
   with accompanying sounds, if any; and
   
   6. "Motion picture" means an audiovisual work consisting of a series
   of images which, when shown in succession, impart an impression of
   motion together with accompanying sounds, if any.
   
   B. This act shall not apply to player piano tapes or rolls or the
   sound occasioned by the use thereof on player pianos, nor shall this
   act apply to any person engaged in radio, cable television, or
   television broadcasting who transfers, or causes to be transferred,
   any such sounds, other than from the sound track of a motion picture,
   intended for, or in connection with broadcast or telecast transmission
   or related uses, or for archival purposes.
   

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