The lead article in the latest Mocavo news, by Michael J. Leclerc, is Copyright and the Oral Interview. It relates to recording interviews with relatives for family history purposes.
His advice, qualified as "the important thing," is "to ask every subject to sign a form giving you permission to use the recording any way you like."
I'm not sure if Mr Leclerc is a lawyer or if not where he got his legal advice. There are no references. Is this advice applicable just for the US?
I've been interviewed a few times for broadcast and only recall one occasion on which I was asked to sign a release. What's your experience?
Thanks to Marnie Mccall for the tip.