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Frequently Asked Questions
I, or someone I know, has appeared on CBC in the past. How do I obtain a copy for personal use?
Please submit a request via the CBC Help Centre.
How do I find information about obtaining still images for professional or commercial productions?
The CBC Image Research Library provides a fee-based service for pictorial research to assist set, costume and graphic designers in the film, television and theatre community.
The CBC Still Photo Collection, housed in the Image Research Library, sells and licenses CBC production photos to publishers, production companies and the public.
How do I find information about obtaining CBC video for professional or commercial productions?
If you are interested in finding information about obtaining video material for professional or commercial productions, please visit CBC Archive Sales.
How do broadcasters purchase video from the site?
To purchase video, broadcasters should visit CBC Program Sales.
How do educators make purchases of material on this site?
Instructors at all levels - elementary, secondary and postsecondary - can stream video and audio content in classrooms to support their teaching via the CBC/Radio-Canada portal Curio.
Curio also offers CBC Radio documentaries and clips for schools, ESL classrooms, college and university students.
News in Review is CBC's video/resource guide subscription series for schools.