(WZZM) = The Pure Michigan lipdub is off of YouTube after a music publisher said the makers violated copyright laws.
The message that appears when anyone clicks on the link is "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Songs Music Publishing."
Rob Bliss and his Grand Rapids company Status Creative made the video.
Bliss said Saturday he had approval to use the song 'Good Time' by Owl City and Carly Rae Jepson from Universal Music.
After the video was released, they learned Songs Music Publishing also held a copyright claim.
Bliss said his group is in negotiations so they can repost the lipdub. He says the Pure Michigan campaign is not at fault.