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It's likely that you signed some release form prior to being interviewed. In that form the details of the interview's future uses are often clearly explained. It would advisable for you to first consult this form prior to posting the interview online. If there issues with it that you failed to understand, you may wish to contact an attorney and ask them to ...
I've already posted some comments showing some (fairly) outdated articles from an American perspective, but as I'm from Northern Ireland, I'll use the good old BBC guidelines to shape an answer which will likely apply to many other broadcasters. Their advice would normally be found here: Taking Down Online Material. However, they are currently updating ...
Yes you do need permission in most (if not all) countries. You may be the person in the picture or video - but you are most definitely not the owner of the copyright of the work. You might judge that the chances that they would care will be small - but that is your judgement. To be totally sure, you would need to seek permission.
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