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Archived updates for Friday, November 03, 2006

Creative Commons and Revver Video-Hack for Charity

Watch this clip by Justin Cone, who won Creative Commons' Moving Images Contest, to learn how CC works and make them some money:

Creative Commons has now uploaded all of their short videos to Revver, a video-sharing platform that uses Creative Commons licenses to help creators make money from their work. Revver attaches a short ad at the end of each video on its network. When a viewer clicks on the ad, Revver splits the resulting ad revenue with the video's creator. Usually, it's a 50/50 split, but Revver is generously giving Creative Commons 100% of the money the videos make through the end of CC's fundraising campaign on December 31, 2006.

Want more? Check out Creative Commons newest clip — "Wanna Work Together?"
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