San Bruno, Calif. – Google’s YouTube has added the option to designate videos with a Creative Commons license, making the content freely available to use by others in new works.

A Creative Commons library of over 10,000 clips is now accessible through the YouTube Video Editor, featuring footage provided by partners that include C-SPAN, Voice of America and Al Jazeera.

Aside from the professional footage available, YouTube users may now mark some or all of their videos with a Creative Commons license.


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