Penn. Teens' Michael Jackson 'Beat It'-'Read It' Sparks Sony Feud

Sony, while allowing video to remain on library's website, insists on its removal from YouTube.
1:33 | 11/28/12

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Transcript for Penn. Teens' Michael Jackson 'Beat It'-'Read It' Sparks Sony Feud
It's -- pop tune. That was supposed to make reading popular I've always wanted to take -- And make read it but instead of inspiring trips to the library these Pennsylvania teens to -- -- this. In for. Are now spoiling for a fight with a major music label. There's tons of other parodies and yet they pick on the lands some public library. I was not happy. The -- say -- David vs Goliath tale began when they went to upload the video to YouTube. They face Sony ATV music which owns the rights to Michael Jackson song with his estate refused to grant them permission to -- In protest the teens along with the library staff uploaded another video and written. Probably. Overnight -- told ABC news the company agreed to let the videos stay on the library's web site. Just not on -- to. Staying in a statement quote while it is not our common practice to do so. We made an exception for the land down students -- -- fees because it is a well intentioned effort. By the students to motivate kids to read the students. Say that's not good enough if you can't put on like any of these social networks plus four point. And this morning they say they won't foodstuffs like Sony's decision instead they face down heated. For Good Morning America -- -- -- ABC news New York.

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