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PodcastingLegalIssues

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  Podcasting Legal Issues

 


 

Podcasting Legal Guide

 

This guide provides a general roadmap of some of the legal issues specific to podcasting. The guide (http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Podcasting_Legal_Guide ) is provided by Colette Vogele of Vogele and Associates, Mia Garlick of Creative Commons and the Berkman Center Clinical Program in Cyber Law. This guide was produced as part of the Non-Residential Fellowship Program of the Center for Internet & Society at Standford Law School.

 

Presenters

 

  • AlisaCooper
  • VeronicaDiaz

 

Topics to Cover

 

  1. Overview Of The Legal Issues You Need To Consider.
  2. The Good News: 5 Instances Where Permission Is Not Required.
  3. Fair Use Under Copyright Law And Its Application To Podcasts.  
  4. Special Rules For Librarians Or Teachers.
  5. Interviewing Someone Or Asking Someone To Join You In Conversation As Part Of Your Podcast
  6. Using Music
  7. Using Video/Images.
  8. Legal Issues Surrounding How You Distribute Your Podcast. 

 

PowerPoint Presentations

Dr. Veronic Diaz Presents:

 

Dr. Alisa Cooper Presents:

 

Creative Commons

 

Links

 

 

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