YouTube Blocked Miss Deer Park

YouTube blocked Miss Deer Park’s live stream because it detected a short clip of copyrighted music, but, together with Stag TV, the Deer Park Gazette is working to bring that video back online.

Social Distancing was a strange new term not that long ago, now it has become a common phrase, joke, and meme. Individuals, businesses, and entertainers are working extra hard to find ways to be together without being in the same place.  Miss Deer Park was going to be a part of that delivery. Stag TV was live streaming the event so that the home bound could still enjoy the delightful local event. What was not foreseen was that music copyright infringement “detector” of YouTube.  

Because of copyrighted songs being used in the stage production, YouTube blocked the video within seconds of the live stream ending.  
So, if you couldn’t see Miss Deer Park live, you can watch the video below. Please note the video starts after about one minute with low sound volume.

Please note the video starts after about one minute with low sound volume.
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