As of 2015, some musicals available on YouTube include "Harry Potter in 99 Seconds" and "Side Effects." "The Wizard of Ahhhs," "Cinderonce," "Hipster Disney Princess- The Musical" and "Burning Man: The Musical" are musicals also available on YouTube.
According to YouTube.com, Aline Barros, a Brazilian gospel music singer and songwriter, has the most popular YouTube gospel music channel with a total of 44,976 subscribers, as of March 2015. All of her songs are sung in Portuguese.
Original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression can be copyrighted, according to the U.S. Copyright Office. Copyrightable works include both published and unpublished literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software and ar
YouTube offers a selection of free music that can be added to any videos uploaded to the service without risk of copyright violation or additional cost. Other free music can be found through royalty-free music websites such as the Free Music Archive or on music creation services such as SoundCloud.
Creators of an original work don't have to do anything to copyright it, because by law, a work is copyright protected as soon as it is put into tangible form, states the U.S. Copyright Office. Creators can register copyrighted works by submitting an application form with a copy of the work.
The creator of an intellectual property owns the copyright as soon as the work is fixed in a tangible form, reports the U.S. Copyright Office. Exceptions include work made by an employee during employment, works made for hire or when the owner assigns the copyright to someone else, states Nolo.
Copyright gives recognition and legal rights to works produced by artists, designers, authors and more, ensuring they receive full credit and payment for their work. Copyright essentially acts as a legal tool to prevent plagiarism and theft of written works. Individuals and firms, including artists,
To share free music on YouTube, convert the audio files to a video format by using Windows Live Movie Maker, and upload the converted files to a YouTube account. YouTube requires its users to own the copyright of the uploaded content, meaning that you can only share your own songs.
A copyright search is a search for who owns the rights to written, created or published materials such as books, music, art, periodicals, etc. Copyrighted material cannot be copied or used for profit without obtaining permission from the owner of the copyright.
YouTube is owned by Google, and according to Google's terms of service in section 5.1, a user is only allowed to view YouTube content on the site. Google does not allow users to download content because the company makes money from advertisers for each page "hit."