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Welcome to the Podcating law mini wiki at Scratchpad!
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This wiki covers the questions and issues raised at the Podcasting & Portable Media Expo's Legal Panel.
For the discussion, we will be covering 3 broad topics described below. We hope to hear from you *BEFORE* the panel so that we will be ready to cover things that interest YOU. So, please feel free to insert comments, questions and thoughts in this public wiki. We look forward to seeing you at the Expo.
I. Big Picture Issues: Documenting Things, Insurance & Lawyers 101
• incorporating/LLC • insurance - homeowners, renters insurance policies? Advertising injury clause? Is slander/liable covered under a CGL policy? For corporations/risk management? • getting a Trademark • basics on wrangling lawyers
II. Issues related to what goes into your podcast.
A. Music problems:
• CC licensing - Understanding the SA requirement question from a business perspective.
• Podsafe music - Understanding reps & warranties, indemnity.
B. Fair use of other’s content.
C. Getting permissions from people coming on the show.
III. Issues arising once your podcast is ready for distribution?
A. How to put people on notice of your own copyright choices & other choices? [DENISE]
B. Commercialization agreements – the realities of service provider agreements? [COLETTE]