Copyright Website to Present Seminar on Audio and
Video Sampling Issues at National Association of Broadcasters Convention
FOSTER CITY, CA - April 21, 2005 - Copyright Website will
be presenting a session entitled Bright Lines and Gray Areas -
Audio and Video Sampling at the National Association of Broadcasters
2005 convention at 10:30am at the Las Vegas
Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
As the demand for
content increases with the proliferation of distribution channels such as
broadcast, cable, satellite and the Internet, content providers are under
increasing pressure to efficiently deliver new content. Increasingly, new
content is embedded with sampled media, creating issues for both the creator
and the distributor.
This presentation will show content providers how to minimize risk by
understanding the ramifications of embedded sampled media. Ever wonder if that
shot of a street sculpture was going to get you into trouble? How about those
twelve bars of a Madonna song on your soundtrack? Recent court cases have tried
to draw bright lines, but how bright are they? The presentation will help you
minimize your liabilities by outlining when it’s safe to use material created
by third parties, and when it’s not worth the trouble. The presentation will
include actual audio and video examples.
The Bright Lines and Gray Areas - Audio and Video Sampling session
is being presented as part of the National Association of Broadcaster's
New Media Professionals Conference. This conference offers a multi-faceted
approach to keeping pace with new media technologies and applications such as
the Internet, streaming media, DVD and other emerging platforms. Business
sessions focus on making investments, creating alliances and protecting
intellectual property. Creative sessions offer successful case studies enhanced
with demonstrations. Convergence sessions address enhanced/interactive
television, asset management for multi-platform use and the intertwining of
traditional and new media.
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