A motion graphics licensing company in New York is hoping to help those who have been left out of the Christmas lights revolution.
Al Jazeera English has learned that the Motion Graphics License Company is preparing a “Motion Graphics Guidebook” for use in the state of New York.
The guidebook, which will be available on its website, will include “step-by-step guidance for using motion graphics on your website, blog, blog post, blog video, Facebook video, YouTube video and video on the web”.
It is not yet clear how many people will be able to obtain a license, but it is likely to be many, the company said.
The company, which is based in Brooklyn, has been working for years to provide motion graphics licenses for sites and businesses that do not wish to be subject to New York’s strict licensing regime.
Last year, it won a victory over the state government in a lawsuit, which ultimately led to a settlement agreement.
But in December, it was forced to withdraw the licence application because the New York State Department of Consumer Affairs ruled it had failed to properly explain how it would work with a license holder.
Aljamain Charkaoui, a co-founder of the company, said that “there are some real issues” that need to be addressed in order to “re-shape” New York licensing requirements, but said that the state’s system is “fair and effective”.
“There is no other state in the US where it is quite as simple as this,” he said.
“This is a big win for our state and for the American consumer.”
In addition to licensing motion graphics, the guidebook will also cover topics such as how to choose the best lighting for your business, as well as how best to create your content and sell it to consumers.
AlJamain Chakaraoui said that they are also working with companies to make sure that they have “the best legal and financial framework” for doing business in the New Yorker.
“We are working to bring more and more companies in and get them licensees,” he told Al Jazeera.
However, he warned that licensing motion pictures is not the only area that will be subject of change in New Jersey.””
If they can get in there and get a license and get their content to market, they will be in business.”
However, he warned that licensing motion pictures is not the only area that will be subject of change in New Jersey.
“The other areas will be a bit more tricky, because you have to have a different way of thinking about licensing motion and sound, because we have the licensing laws here,” he added.