Pitchside Report – A Note From the Editor In Chief
To All Women’s Football Lovers,
When I stared Pitchside Report one of my goals was to bring all our readers more than just news about women’s football. Besides using this site for news, interviews, players blogs, videos, and “getting people inspired”- my goal was to bring great photos to readers.
Your response to all the content we share with you, including those photos, has been so positive that the staff has tirelessly worked to outdo themselves at every chance we have. This means that our staff travels to events and takes time to edit the photos one by one. This means countless hours of work. Each Pitchside Report staff member takes time and their money to do this without receiving any monetary compensation. Their payment comes in being given credit for their work.
Everyone on our team is a professional and each one has enough love and passion for the sport to contribute their talent to Pitchside Report. Considering the time and money they invest in order for us to be able to share this content with you I respectfully ask you to not post any of their work or a modified version of their work – to no longer continue to do so without giving credit to the photographer and to Pitchside Report. This includes posting photos on your own site, Tumblr, Instagram, Facebook, I Heart It, Twitter, etc. Pitchside Report will pursue anyone who does not adhere by copyright infringement laws.
Please allow us to continue to bring you great content by respecting our staff, their time and their talent.
What is Copyright Infringement?
As a general matter, copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner.