What is the difference between programs sold through Library Sales and the programs sold at ABC Shops and ABC Centres?

Retail DVDs sold through ABC Shops and ABC Centres are produced for the private and domestic market and sold at a retail price. The copyright material on these programs is not licensed for public viewing in clubs, institutions, businesses or educational institutions. Any use of the program apart from private home viewing may be in breach of copyright.

Library Sales programs in accordance with the tiered pricing structure are licensed with non-theatric rights permitting viewing by non-paying audiences. There is no need for further payment through Screenrights for screening on non theatric programs. These programs are produced to order and copyright licenses require an upfront payment unrelated to the sales potential of the program.