philnic: Aha! Beat you to this one. Posted this in Miscellaneous a couple days ago.
As to copyright problems, it's been a problem with them for quite a while. There are just toooo many submissions. I read they number in excess of 50,000 in any given day. Forget who it was...CBS? was it...that recently bought YOUTUBE. Whoever it was, maybe they'll be better policing of the site. But with over 10 million videos already on there and fast counting more, who knows?
Don't be too sure about finding that video at the Ohana website given. I visited the site and it's called "All Summer In ONE Day" not "A Day." Secondly, the description of it talks about racism and prejudice, which is not really what the story's about. The woman I spoke to spoke very little English, and couldn't confirm it was the Bradbury story. Finally, it costs $44.00 and does not allow returns. Has anyone had any luck with it? I say just burn it off of YouTube.
Speaking of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, a "greatest hits" anthology has just been released by Tachyon Books in celebration of that magazine's sixtieth anniversary. The latest honor for "All Summer in A Day": it's selection for inclusion in the book, THE VERY BEST OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION 60th ANNIVERSARY ANTHOLOGY: