Intellectual Property lawyers Mike Remington and Nathan Pollard recently participated in a 3-part podcast series conducted by the Copyright Alliance. Mike and Nathan spoke about their recent co-authored chapter, “Copyright and Rights Management of Communications Content,” in the Telecommunications Law Answer Book 2014 published by the Practising Law Institute. Terry Hart, blogger and Director of Legal Policy for the Copyright Alliance, interviewed Mike and Nathan on an array of topics from the chapter, including timely copyright issues in the digital age, cases such as WNET v. Aereo, and the future of copyright legislation. The podcast is geared to a general audience interested in learning about copyright protection and new media. To listen to the podcasts, please click here.

The Copyright Alliance is a non-profit, non-partisan public interest and educational organization representing artists, creators, and innovators across the spectrum of copyright disciplines, including membership organizations, associations, unions, companies and guilds, representing artists, creators and innovators, and thousands of individuals. The Copyright Alliance iTunes podcast channel (found here) features video and audio programming from diverse creative perspectives such as authors, filmmakers, and photographers, as well as from legislative and legal authorities.

Drinker Biddle lawyers fully authored the Telecommunications Law Answer Book 2014 – a comprehensive overview of the issues faced by the many different participants in the telecommunications industry in an easy-to-read Q&A format. The Practising Law Institute is a non-profit continuing legal education organization founded in 1933, which provides seminars, webcasts, publications and other materials. To learn more about the Telecommunications Law Answer Book 2014, please click here.

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Source: Telecommunications Law Answer Book 2014 - Copyright Alliance Podcast