What's the Deal Call In Shows who owns what

Join Gordon Firemark, The Podcast Lawyer™, as he unravels the complexities of copyright, privacy, and the right of publicity in call-in shows. This episode answers a listener's question about their rights regarding the use of their voice in such shows, offering insights into copyright law, fair use, privacy rights, and much more. Whether you're calling in or running the show, understanding these legal boundaries is crucial. Plus, find out how you can join Gordon’s upcoming workshop to further your podcasting expertise.

What You'll Learn:

  • How copyright law protects (and doesn't protect) your voice contributions.
  • The significance of privacy and publicity rights in broadcasting.
  • The nuances of fair use and how it might apply to you.
  • Strategies for producers to protect their content and respect caller rights.
  • The importance of consent and permission in using show material.

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Legit Podcast Pro
Exploring Podcasting through the legal and business lens from The Podcast Lawyer™, Gordon Firemark

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Gordon Firemark

Gordon Firemark (gordonfiremark.com) has practiced media and entertainment law in Los Angeles since 1992. Widely known as The Podcast Lawyer™ (ThePodcastLawyer.com), he has spent his career helping creative industry professionals make deals that make sense, and that get their productions developed, financed, produced and distributed. His practice also covers copyrights, trademarks, business transactions, and corporate matters for clients in media and entertainment.