How To Order DIVA TV Tapes
RENTALS AND PURCHASES
Although making dubs is our least favorite chore, videotapes _can_ be ordered by advance payment. Please allow a few weeks if possible.
Please include the following information
Organization (if any)
Please indicate if there is a separate shipping and billing address.
Standard Institutional Pricing
Single 30-minute videotapes: rental $60, purchase $125 (VHS)
These are institutional prices for when tapes are used for public screenings and classroom purposes. Negotiable pricing for multiple title purchases. Please contact DIVA TV for individual rates.
Add $5 for shipping and handling per tape or multiple-program book.
Check or Money order accepted.
Outside of the US, additional postage may be required.
Please use international money order or check drawn on US bank.
Tapes are available on NTSC standard, other video standards
(PAL, SECAM) will carry an additional charge.
* Peer Education, Not Fear Education _program distribution is subsidized by The Paul Robeson Fund. This VHS Video is FREE (less S&H ) ! see how to order
Make checks payable to:
MIX/AIDS Community Television
Please send order form with enclosed payment to:
AIDS Community Television (DIVA TV)
12 Wooster Street, Box 6
New York, NY 10013 USA
For further information, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
AIDS Community Television is a sponsored project of MIX (New York Lesbian and Gay Experimental Film Festival, Inc) a 501 (c)(3) non-profit media arts organization. All contributions to AIDS Community Television/MIX are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Note: all orders are subject to availability. Please allow a few weeks for shipping.
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