Copyright and the church and copyright law is one topic guaranteed to kick up a cloud of dust. Lots and lots of confusion out there. Some people still think that churches get a pass on copyright issues, just because they are a church. Not so, but we'll leave that discussion for another day.
When the whole subject of video media in the church comes up, things get even more confusing. Yes, you should have a CVLI license in place, but it doesn't cover everything. And, what about this whole concept of fair use?
The Center for Social Media has a couple of great resources on the topic of fair use. They've put together a HIGH POWERED panel of attorneys and legal scholars to create a statement of Best Practices in Fair Use for both online media, and for documentary filmmakers. There's a lot in here that applies to our use of video and other copyrighted works in the church.
Both give real world examples, and boil down complex legal concepts to a place where normal folks can get a handle on them. Both are worth taking 15 minutes to read.