NCAA Championship Footage Requests
The NCAA owns copyright to all 88 championships. The NCAA has partnered with Thought Equity Motion, Inc. to represent and manage its videotape library operations (including fulfillment, licensing, copyright and archival rights). The NCAA’s network partners (e.g. Turner Broadcasting, CBS and ESPN) are instructed not to duplicate copies of NCAA championships/events.
For NCAA member schools or conferences: Please click here for more information about the NCAA Member Institution Footage Program or contact Brian Eldredge at Thought Equity.
For commercial or broadcast entities: All requests to obtain clips or copies of NCAA championships/events (e.g. game/program records or melt/highlight tapes) should go through the NCAA/Thought Equity online footage request system, which can be found at the following Web site: http://www.thoughtequity.com/video/home/article/ncaa.do.
For personal use: If you are inquiring about a DVD copy of a particular NCAA championship/event broadcast, you may obtain a copy of the broadcast at the following website: http://www.ncaaondemand.com. If that particular broadcast (televised or Internet streamed) is not available through http://www.ncaaondemand.com, please e-mail Sports@thoughtequity.com to request information.