Copyright Infringement Notice
It is against ITV copyright to upload content on YouTube without our permission. ITV has a responsibility to maximise the revenue earned by its programming after its initial run. One of the ways it does this is through ITV.com and ITV Player (which is owned by ITV) and therefore all profits made by our online sources are returned back to ITV.
Everyone who helps make ITV programmes -- from actors to musicians, directors to writers, costume designers to cameramen -- has worked towards creating the show, therefore we often need to get the permission from these people (particularly writers, actors, presenters and musicians) to use their work online.
Unfortunately sometimes users on YouTube such as yourself do not understand this, which is why we appreciate people highlighting these channels with us. Your channel has been found to be in serious breach of ITV copyright, and is now being monitored by our viewer services team. If at any point in the future we find that this notice has been ignored, and you continue to upload ITV content against the permission of both ITV and those who help make the programme(s), we will not hesitate in taking action against this account.
If you would like more information on why your account is now being monitored, please call ITV viewer enquires on 0844 881 4150. Calls cost 5p per minute from a BT landline. Calls from other networks may be higher, and from mobiles will be considerably more.
Alternatively you can write to us at:
ITV Viewer Services
The ITV Copyright team