This week’s episode of the world’s only interactive talk radio for Digital Production, Post Production and Distribution is filled with great information and entertainment designed for the independent filmmaker, producer or editor.
Join host Larry Jordan, and co-host Michael Horton, as they talk with:
Jack Lerner, Director of the USC Intellectual Property and Technology Law Clinic won a major victory on allowing Fair Use access to encrypted DVD materials last week with the U.S. Copyright Office. Although this may sound arcane, this ruling has a direct and beneficial impact on anyone creating documentary or corporate videos. We invited Professor Lerner to stop by this week to explain the significance of this ruling – which took years to achieve!
Jonathan Handel, Of Counsel at Troy/Gould, and the resident legal correspondent for The Buzz joins us to provide his perspective on last week’s Copyright Office ruling. (Like we said, this is a MAJOR victory for filmmakers. You need to tune in this week to learn why.)
Terri Lloyd is a Digital Fine Artist who communicates her very strong opinions through her art. She began her love affair with digital art and communications in 1987. Since then, she uses computers and software as tools that help other “creatives” sell themselves through the use of graphic digital resumes. We talk with her this week about creative ways to find work, the fine arts process, and her off-beat sense of humor.
Bruce Nazarian, President of the International Digital Media Alliance, and another of our Regular Correspondents, rounds out our coverage of the Copyright Office ruling. While Jack and Jonathan look at it from the legal perspective, Bruce provides the nitty-gritty detail of what we need to know to take advantage of this latest ruling on Fair Use.
You can’t find people or interviews like this anywhere else! It’s another fascinating show – all the information you need now to know what’s coming next!
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