Apply for a free Google Maps and Earth TV/film broadcast license
If you are a news broadcaster, film production company or other entity interested in being licensed to create content for television or film with Google Maps and Google Earth, please provide the following information (English-only, please). We'll get back to you via e-mail to confirm whether you qualify and next steps.

For all other uses of Google Maps and Earth (e.g. in print, digital video, etc), please follow the guidelines on the Google Permissions website:

Please mark the primary medium of distribution. Use "Other" only if none of these categories fits your use case.
Company name
This must be the true legal name of the company as it should appear on a contract. This should be the company actually producing the content with Google Earth or Google Maps.
Your answer
Your name
First and last name.
Your answer
Your title
e.g. Producer
Your answer
Your e-mail address
We'll be using this address to contact you, so please double-check you've spelled this correctly.
Your answer
Name of contract signer
If you are not authorized to digitally accept a contract on your company's behalf, please list the first and last name of someone who is.
Your answer
Title of contract signer
e.g. News Director
Your answer
Contract signer's e-mail address
If your project is approved, the signer will receive a click-to-accept agreement via e-mail. Please notify this person that they can expect to receive an e-mail from Google shortly.
Your answer
Company address
Please be as detailed as possible, including street, city, state and country.
Your answer
Company type
Usage description
What product will you be using (e.g. Maps, Earth, Street View)? How do you plan to use the content? What shows, and in which context? If a film or scripted program, please explain the scene(s) and link to a mock/sample if possible.
Your answer
Where do you expect this content to be distributed? By whom? (Not required for news broadcast.)
Your answer
If necessary, please share any more details that may be helpful.
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