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Episode Info: Listen on iTunes | Listen on Stitcher Art Neill and Teri Karobonik from the non-profit organization New Media Rights share their thoughts and experiences on digital rights management of copyright, fair use, privacy rights, trademark, and other legal assistance for entrepreneurs, creatives and entertainers.  Starting at the low cost of FREE!  OYO is a proud endorser of their vision and hear their story on Owning Your Own. Introductions and Updates Internet Interview – Art Neill and Teri Karobonik from New Media Rights Outro Song (Andrew) – What Kind of Show by Action Jackson and the Unknown. Send questions, comments, suggestions or love to Episode 033 Nugs of Knowledge Andrew and Alan came across New Media Rights at the NMX conference in Las Vegas (2:06) New Media Rights headquarters is in San Diego (3:18) Art Neill founded the company and is under California Western School of Law (3:20) Teri and Art are the main attorneys (5:20) Main focus is to provide the answers to the questions asked by creatives, musicians, game developers, business owners and those starting their own. (7:10) Have to make choices about who receives the assistance.  Not EVERYONE can be helped but they will refer services as well.  A page on their website states what their criterion (13:00) Teri reads ALL of the contacts.  Please be real!  (14:10) Both Art and Teri actually work full-time on top of running the non-profit. (15:20) SXSW and Content bullying. (15:54) Copyright issues followed by contract issues are the main types of deals New Media Rights deals with. (19:10) Dealing with a problem costs much less than dealing with it years from now. (21:15) Alan's dad started a company called ABBA that had a similar trademark and copyright with the Swedish band (22:10) Don't have to stop everything to deal with legal issues, just pause and speak to someone who understands what needs to be done. (28:45) Treat clients as if they are going to be wildly successful in the future. (30:00) Disruptive law!  (33:20) The folks they help either get low cost advice or go without...lawyers that have practices aren't threatened by the free legal advice factor (34:30) Fix something in a tangible medium, you are essentially copyrighting it. (36:00) Recording others without consent. Single Consent vs Dual Consent. (38:05) Most of the people at New Media Rights are volunteers.  They are always open to ideas and suggestions. (40:00) NewM
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