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|I need to know which businesses distribute kids' DVDs to stores and public libraries in Finland, and which businesses have PayTV for kids programming in…||1109||8.6.2009||I assume that the enquirer is not asking for retail shops where private persons purchase their dvd’s. Public libraries buy their dvd’s mostly from the following importers and wholesalers: - BTJ Finland Oy, http://www.btj.fi/ (in Finnish and in Swedish; e-mail asiakaspalvelu(at)btj.fi ) - Oy Tibo-Trading Ab, http://www.tibo.net/?l=en - Oy Kielipalvelu, e-mail tilaukset(at)kielipalvelu.com - AV-palvelu, http://www.avpalvelut.fi/ (in Finnish, e-mail avpalvelut(at)avpalvelut.fi), - Kaleva Telemarketing, e-mail kaleva(at)kotiposti.net - Futurefilm, http://www.futurefilm.fi/index.php (in Finnish, e-mail tilaukset(at)futurefilm.fi As to dvd stores, you can ask some of them about their importers: - Anttila, http://www.anttila.fi/in_brief.html -…|
|1) How it possible that Central Public Library in Helsinki charges the interlibrary loan. I thought that according to the Library Act/1998 should it be for…||991||4.6.2009||1a) Interlibrary loans sent from the Central Public Library to another library Current Library Act says in its chapter 4, paragraph 5, that the use of a public library’s own materials on the library premises as well as borrowing them is free of charge. The law stipulates further, that the interlibrary loans that the Central Public Library sends to other public libraries are free of charge. That is what Helsinki City Library does. The receiving library in the other end may charge their customer for an interlibrary loan sent from Helsinki City Library, but that has nothing to do with the latter. According to the law, the library may charge for other services than those mentioned. We do charge academic libraries for the interlibrary loans…|