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Hello, I am looking for a map of the Tampa Bay area for the videos that I am making of neighborhoods in different cities. Each video includes about 200 PowerPoint slides with many photos. I need a map on a single slide to markup and indicate where a certain neighborhood is in relation to the Tampa Bay area. Your map will therefore constitute a tiny fraction of each video. I intend to produce the videos to rent to Realtors for them to use to showcase neighborhoods. Please can you tell me what it will cost to use your maps in this manner?
Thank you, Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated. MJ Smook (813)966-1674

asked 09 Apr, 01:27

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I can't give you legal advice, but I do know of a few resources:

Information about the copyright on the data itself is here: https://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright (which also links to the actual license text) third parties who offer additional map styles may have their own restricitons on the use of those styles.

There is also an FAQ here: https://wiki.osmfoundation.org/wiki/Licence/Licence_and_Legal_FAQ

See also this question.

(09 Apr, 08:31) InsertUser

Please can you tell me what it will cost to use your maps in this manner?

It doesn't cost you anything. OpenStreetMap data and maps are free to use. You just need to make sure that you visibly attribute (credit) OpenStreetMap, as explained at https://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright

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