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Non-Scripted Outlets Want A Bigger Piece Of The Hostess Pie

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They’ve also become multi-millionaires from the sales of countless books and other merchandise; revenues the network admits are typically excluded from their talent deals. The Food Network made Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray into television stars and household names.

Non-Scripted Outlets Want A Bigger Piece Of The Hostess Pie

DealFatigue

They’ve also become multi-millionaires from the sales of countless books and other merchandise ; revenues the network admits are typically excluded from their talent deals. The Food Network made Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray into television stars and household names.

Non-Scripted Outlets Want A Bigger Piece Of The Hostess Pie

DealFatigue

They’ve also become multi-millionaires from the sales of countless books and other merchandise; revenues the network admits are typically excluded from their talent deals. The Food Network made Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray into television stars and household names.

It’s Their Web: Google’s land grab with the new gTLDs for.music,film,movie,book

Music Technology Policy

The point about these new top level domains such as.music,film,movie,book, is that they could be community based for creators who work in these areas, not corporate monoliths that actually are key players in harming those creators.

As Super Bowl Approaches, Advertisers Should Be Aware of The NFL’s Efforts to Protect Its Golden Goose – 2017 Update

Broadcast Law Blog

However, the NFL’s rule book defines trademark violations very broadly. Famously, in 2007, the NFL sent a cease and desist letter to an Indiana church group that had used “Super Bowl” to describe a viewing party for the game and would charge $3.00 Moreover, any news organization that wants press credentials for the game faces an additional risk.

Bunk about “Fair Use Industries” from the CCIA: What do Derek Jeter, Tom Adams and Ari Emanuel have in common?

Music Technology Policy

Polis (and we know a lot more about whose side he is on now than we did at the time the report was released) in a special press conference in which he emphasized the jobs created by the vast “fair use industries.”. If you think that the movie, television, recording, book and newspaper businesses think that they are in the “fair use” business, think again. Or that any book publisher benefits Google on fair use grounds given Google’s spectacular loss in the Google Books case?

Guest Post: The Fallacy of Music Like Water by Gavin Castleton

Music Technology Policy

” In early 2005, Berklee VP David Kusek and “futurist” Gerd Leonhard based their book The Future of Music on the concept of “ Music Like Water ,” i.e. the transformation of the music industry into one in which music is ubiquitous and subscription-based, paid for and delivered like any other utility service. Aside from a few askance sentences buried in various article comment threads, I was hard pressed to find anyone else that found the concept distressing.

If Google Can Successfully Lobby the FTC on Antitrust, Just Think What They Think They Can Do To Us

Music Technology Policy

attorney has been ‘muzzled,’ I can only point to the fact that we recently held a widely attended press conference” at which he answered media questions about the case. “You asked me if I am in the Meth Business or the Money Business. It’s neither.

Underreporting and No Accountability: Another Reason Streaming Royalties are So Small

Music Technology Policy

11 In fact, some might even say that by allowing a publisher to cause the record company to open its books, the publisher felt less of a need to conduct an examination since it was able to do so. 9 Alfred Pedecine, then Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of HFA, testified in a 2008 matter before the Copyright Royalty Judges that HFA’s royalty compliance examinations recovered $430 million in additional royalty payments from 1990 to 2007 (available at [link]. (b

World Watch:  Canadian Government Closes Big Tech’s Back Door Loophole

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But you can expect the full court press by Big Tech lobbyists and their allies to start a drum beat to oppose the extension. Geist’s CIPPIC acolytes are out talking to the press, apparently.

Handel appointed Adjunct Professor at UCLA School of Law to teach entertainment unions & guilds course

Digital Media Law

Below and attached is the press release from TroyGould. ——————— Subscribe to my blog ( jhandel.com ) for more about entertainment law and digital media law. He was named one of the top 100 lawyers in California in 2008 and a Southern California Super Lawyer in 2006 and 2007. In 2009, Handel published a short book titled “ How to Write LOI's and Term Sheets ,” and will be publishing his new book ” Hollywood on Strike!”

The Man Who Spilled the Secrets | Politics | Vanity Fair

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

At press time, he awaits a decision on extradition and, in the meantime, must wear an electronic anklet, must check in with authorities daily, and must abide by a curfew. Some are pressing the U.S. Aitken wrote a book about the episode, called Pride and Perjury.

Basic Cable Clarification & Details

Digital Media Law

My take on this was based on a misreading of a SAG press release from 11 days ago. There were some statistics of this sort in AFTRA’s 2007 magazine article on basic cable. And watch for my new book “Hollywood on Strike!,” If you work in tech, check out my book How to Write LOIs and Term Sheets. In yesterday’s post regarding the schedule for this cycle’s negotiations, I said that SAG and AFTRA would be jointly negotiating basic cable starting on November 7.

As The Golden Super Bowl Approaches, Be Aware of The NFL’s Efforts to Protect Its Golden Goose from Unauthorized Ads and Promotions

Broadcast Law Blog

However, the NFL’s rule book defines trademark violations very broadly. Famously, in 2007, the NFL sent a cease and desist letter to an Indiana church group that had advertised a Super Bowl viewing party that would charge $3.00 Moreover, any news organization that wants press credentials for the game faces an additional risk. With the Super Bowl fast approaching, broadcasters and other media companies are planning advertising and promotions around the big game.

Guest Post: The Fallacy of Music Like Water by Gavin Castleton

Music Technology Policy

” In early 2005, Berklee VP David Kusek and “futurist” Gerd Leonhard based their book The Future of Music on the concept of “ Music Like Water ,” i.e. the transformation of the music industry into one in which music is ubiquitous and subscription-based, paid for and delivered like any other utility service. Aside from a few askance sentences buried in various article comment threads, I was hard pressed to find anyone else that found the concept distressing.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

Although Google’s Amen Chorus in the press and online have tried to focus attention on the government’s court-ordered seizures of domain names, seizing a domain name alone doesn’t do much to dry up the revenues although it’s definitely a speed bump, and may discourage some rogue sites from relaunching when combined with prosecution. Remember that in the 2007 case, Google said “Google said it prohibits advertisers from promoting ‘the sale of copyright infringing materials.’

The Times's Dealings With Julian Assange - NYTimes.com

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

helicopters involved in firing down on a crowd and a building in Baghdad in 2007, killing at least 18 people. The secretaries of state and defense and the attorney general resisted the opportunity for a crowd-pleasing orgy of press bashing. A free press in a democracy can be messy.

Sidney Blumenthal · A Short History of the Trump Family: The First Family · LRB 16 February 2017

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

A Short History of the Trump Family Sidney Blumenthal "The most enduring blight left behind by Donald Trump, long after he has smashed things up, will be the pile of books devoted to trying to make sense of him. He had promised to preserve the reliefs for the Metropolitan Museum, but after blasting them to smithereens to widespread condemnation the Trump Organisation issued a press release declaring that the sculptures were ‘without artistic merit’.

An Interview with Andrew Shaw of PRS for Music on Negotiating with Google, a guest post by Jonathan David Neal

Music Technology Policy

Although this interview is from 2009, it gives you some insight into Google’s over the top negotiation tactics and how they use the withholding of content as a negotiation tactic in the press–enforcing your property rights is “censorship” don’t you know. Background: In the summer of 2007 PRS For Music, the UK PRO, licensed You Tube, owned by Google, for music use on a per download basis. So, we licensed them in the summer of 2007.

An Interview with Andrew Shaw of PRS for Music on Negotiating with Google, a guest post by Jonathan David Neal

Music Technology Policy

Although this interview is from 2009, it gives you some insight into Google’s over the top negotiation tactics and how they use the withholding of content as a negotiation tactic in the press–enforcing your property rights is “censorship” don’t you know. Background: In the summer of 2007 PRS For Music, the UK PRO, licensed You Tube, owned by Google, for music use on a per download basis. So, we licensed them in the summer of 2007.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

Although Google’s Amen Chorus in the press and online have tried to focus attention on the government’s court-ordered seizures of domain names, seizing a domain name alone doesn’t do much to dry up the revenues although it’s definitely a speed bump, and may discourage some rogue sites from relaunching when combined with prosecution. Remember that in the 2007 case, Google said “Google said it prohibits advertisers from promoting ‘the sale of copyright infringing materials.’

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

Although Google’s Amen Chorus in the press and online have tried to focus attention on the government’s court-ordered seizures of domain names, seizing a domain name alone doesn’t do much to dry up the revenues although it’s definitely a speed bump, and may discourage some rogue sites from relaunching when combined with prosecution. Remember that in the 2007 case, Google said “Google said it prohibits advertisers from promoting ‘the sale of copyright infringing materials.’

An Interview with Andrew Shaw of PRS for Music on Negotiating with Google, a guest post by Jonathan David Neal

Music Technology Policy

Although this interview is from 2009, it gives you some insight into Google’s over the top negotiation tactics and how they use the withholding of content as a negotiation tactic in the press (that Chris discussed in his commentary to Larry Crane’s complaint about YouTube “apologizing” for taking his work). Background: In the summer of 2007 PRS For Music, the UK PRO, licensed You Tube, owned by Google, for music use on a per download basis.

An Interview with Andrew Shaw of PRS for Music on Negotiating with Google, a guest post by Jonathan David Neal

Music Technology Policy

Although this interview is from 2009, it gives you some insight into Google''s over the top negotiation tactics and how they use the withholding of content as a negotiation tactic in the press (that Chris discussed in his commentary to Larry Crane''s complaint about YouTube "apologizing" for taking his work). Background: In the summer of 2007 PRS For Music, the UK PRO, licensed You Tube, owned by Google, for music use on a per download basis.

Nowhere Boy: Weinstein Co. Pre-Buys Young Lennon Biopic

Thompson On Hollywood

New Weinstein Co. honcho Tom Ortenberg has scored his first big buy, Sam Taylor-Wood's Nowhere Boy, a UK feature about the early days of Beatle John Lennon. The picture has been filming for about two weeks; Ortenberg and Harvey Weinstein targeted the pic for a pre-buy in Berlin.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

Although Google’s Amen Chorus in the press and online have tried to focus attention on the government’s court-ordered seizures of domain names, seizing a domain name alone doesn’t do much to dry up the revenues although it’s definitely a speed bump, and may discourage some rogue sites from relaunching when combined with prosecution. Remember that in the 2007 case, Google said “Google said it prohibits advertisers from promoting ‘the sale of copyright infringing materials.’