IP Rights and Infringement With Podcasts and Livestreaming
Copyright, Trademark, and Other IP Considerations When Creating or Producing Podcasts or Livestreams
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide intellectual property counsel on the IP issues that arise in podcasts and live streaming. The panel will discuss protecting rights in podcasts and live streaming. The panel will also examine the steps to take to minimize the likelihood of infringing upon the IP rights of others when creating and producing podcasts and live streaming.
- What is a podcast and how does it work?
- Protecting rights in podcasts
- Protecting rights in livestreaming
- Avoiding IP infringement
- Licenses, releases, and permissions (including Creative Commons licenses)
- Music in podcasts
- Fair use
- Other IP considerations
The panel will review these and other high profile questions:
- What can podcasters do to prevent infringement of their IP rights in the podcast?
- What steps should livestream creators and producers take to protect their IP rights in the livestream?
- What are the best practices for podcasting and livestreaming to avoid infringing on the IP rights of others?
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