At JEM, we encourage the use of our materials and are prepared to assist you happily in procuring the materials you seek. We also take great care to ensure that the Rebbe’s voice and image are presented in a dignified manner. Learn more about archival request procedures below.
Therefore, we apply our experience and expertise to how this is done, ensuring that the integrity and dignity of the content, as well as our organization, are maintained
Please note: Archival material provided remains the property of JEM. Licensing rights are acquired specific to each case, but ownership is not transferred. JEM reserves the right to restrict and weigh in on the production, proliferation, and overall usage of the content.
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To best assist you, tell us a little about what you plan to do with the archival material you seek.
Here is some information on how the process works.
Archival Request Procedures
Step 1: Content
After initially contacting JEM, customers are urged to find and select the content on their own. If a request requires more advanced research, we offer the option of hiring a researcher by the hour.
Step 2: Context
To best assist the customer, we collect as much information regarding the audience type, project type (fundraiser, documentary). This will enable us to best assist, review and approve.
Step 3: Production
If the product requires editing, subtitling, or any such work, our professional production team will work hand in hand with the customer to create the perfect product.
Step 4: Licensing
The customer signs a licensing agreement. The purpose of the license is for the customer to benefit from the footage preserved in The Living Archive in the method included in the agreement.
Step 5: Payments
Payment is made before the final product is delivered to the customer.
Step 6: Delivery
After all steps are concluded and payment has been made, the final product is delivered to the customer.