Content Submission Agreement

Make money the next time you capture Breaking News by allowing to distribute content on your behalf. Our Content Submission Agreement assigns the copyright for your content to, allowing us to pursue licensing opportunities and infringement claims.

This means we can use your content in whole or in part on television, in online players and/or on other media channels, including social media.

In Short: requires an assignment of copyright in order to market and sell licenses for your video

By submitting your content through, you automatically enter, and you represent and warrant that you have the right to enter, an assignment and transfer agreement (“Assignment”) between yourself (“Transferor”), on the one hand, and ENVIVO LLC DBA SPOTNEWS.TV (“Assignee”) on the other hand, and is effective on the date of submission. Transferor and Assignee will be referred to herein individually as “Party” and collectively as “Parties.” The Parties represent, warrant, and agree as follows:

1. Transferor represents and warrants that he owns the exclusive copyright and all other intellectual property rights in and to the original works, hereinafter referred to collectively as the “Work,” and the registration for the Work, and owns any past, accrued, and pending infringement and accounting claims related to the Work.

2. Transferor and his affiliates, partners, assignors, assignees, predecessors, successors, interested parties, heirs, bequeathing individuals, and agents, hereby sells, assigns, transfers, and conveys to Assignee, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby agreed to and acknowledged by the Parties, all ownership of the copyright in and to the Work, the registration for the Work, as well as ownership of and to the right to pursue all past, accrued, pending, and future claims, including without limitation, infringement and accounting claims, related to the Work. 

3. The Parties acknowledge that this transfer accords with 17 U.S.C. 201(d)(1), which provides, in relevant part that the ownership of a copyright may be transferred in whole or in part by any means of conveyance, and that this Assignment represents a conveyance that meets the requirements of 17 U.S.C. 204. 

4. Transferor authorized and to the extent necessary authorizes Assignee to register and file the Work with the U.S. Copyright Office and any other government body or court, and to prosecute and resolve in full any accrued, pending, or future claims of infringement related to the Work in court or otherwise. Transferor authorizes Assignee to resolve all infringement and accounting claims as they relate to, and on behalf of, the entirety of the Work’s ownership and to make all decisions in doing so. Transferor will cooperate with Assignee in drafting, creating, and executing any documents or material necessary to effectuate this Assignment and register the Work and resolve any accounting and infringement claims. 

5. The terms, covenants, and provisions of this Assignment shall inure to the benefit of Assignee, its successors, assigns, and/or other legal representatives, and shall be binding upon Transferor, its predecessors, successors, members, owners, interested parties, assigns, and/or other legal representatives.

6.Transferor warrants and represents that it owns the intellectual property rights, including without limitation the copyrights, transferred hereunder and that it has the authorization to enter into this Assignment and transfer the rights transferred hereunder and has not entered into any assignment, contract, or understanding in conflict herewith.

7.This Assignment may be signed in counterparts, and scanned, electronic, or emailed signatures shall be deemed as effective as original signatures hereon. The individuals executing this Assignment represent and warrant that they are authorized to enter into transactions on behalf of, and legally bind, the party for which they are signing this Assignment. 

8. Assignee has the right, in its sole and absolute discretion, (1) to use, refrain from using, edit, redact, or otherwise change any Work (2) to re-categorize any Work to place them in more appropriate locations on the Site; and (3) to pre-screen or delete any Work at any time and for any reason, without notice. We have no obligation to monitor your Work.

In Short: You can still use your content. Period.

Under the terms of our Content Submission Agreement, assignee automatically grants Transferor a limited, revocable, non-transferable, non-commercial, non-exclusive license to publish, broadcast, retitle, archive, store, cache the Work for personal use only. is not liable for any statements or representations in your Work provided by you in any area on the Site. You are solely responsible for your Work submitted to the Site and you expressly agree to exonerate us from any and all responsibility and to refrain from any legal action against us regarding your Work.

In short: When we sell a paid-content license for your content, you earn $50.

Under the terms of this agreement, each time a paid-license for your Work is purchased from, we will pay to the Transferor (you), fifty dollars ($50.00 USD) the next business day to the PayPal account associated with the ‘PayPal email address’ in their submission form. Transferor (you) are responsible for and agrees to report any taxes related to payments it receives from You furthermore acknowledge it is your responsibility to maintain an active PayPal account.

In Short: If we do not sell any paid content licenses, you do not earn any payment from us.

Transferor (you) acknowledge and agree there is no guarantee regarding any total amount of revenue earned from Work submissions. If there are no instances of a third party making a paid-license purchase for your submitted Works, you receive nothing. Furthermore, you agree any paid-licensing fees collected for your Work represent our fee for performing marketing services for Transferor.


Anything and everything not covered in this Content Submission Agreement is bound to the Terms of Use.