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YouTube and Facebook have so far been the leaders of music promotion but looks like Snapchat is snapping back with some much needed digital renovation. Copyright violation lawsuits have been a popular theme amongst music promo vets, Facebook and YouTube, who are consistently fighting record companies to access more rights. In light of this,  Snapchat...
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Star Trek is a largely known for becoming one of Hollywood’s biggest phenomena and establishing a cult-like following. People across the world have embraced and proliferated the Star Trek brand to unprecedented levels, and this comes years after the television show has been over. The development of this franchise has enabled CBS and Paramount, the...
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Back in March, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lost the multi-million dollar lawsuit filed against them by Marvin Gayee’s estate over “Blurred Lines.” His estate claimed that “Blurred Lines” inappropriately sampled Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up.” Though no actual notes were copies, the similarities in “genre and feel” led the jury to side with...
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16 episodes of the classic 1960s series “The Andy Griffith Show” has been posted online by user 8thManDVD.com Cartoon Channel. The show starring Andy Griffith, Don Konts and Ron Howard , ran on CBS from 1960 to 1968. These new videos posted on YouTube have now gathered upwards of 2 million views. CBS took action...
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The story goes that big production studios, among other businesses in entertainment, have long had the stronghold on copyrights encapsulated in entertainment projects. Any work that studios were not able to create in-house would necessitate outsourcing to independent contractors in the industry. Whether it was a screenplay, or as we have here a film score,...
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