"Live and Everywhere: Digital Video in the Age of Vine, Snapchat & Periscope," Panelist, 2016 Legal Frontiers in Digital Media, May 2016.
Remarkable advances in technology now allow every person with a smartphone, tablet or GoPro the ability to produce and distribute their own video content, immediately and globally. The recording of events from all angles presents challenges to content developers, who struggle to balance perspectives both literally and figuratively. What opportunities does this create for new types of content and distribution? What are the privacy, copyright and other content liability issues surrounding cheap easy access to live video production and distribution? How are entertainment companies and sports leagues dealing with the livecasting of paid events?
Jim Rosenfeld, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (Moderator)
Dylan Budd, VP & Associate General Counsel, Ultimate Fighting Championship
Lauren Fisher, Chief Legal Officer, Vox Media, Inc.
Matthew Moore, Assistant General Counsel, BuzzFeed, Inc.
Dennis Wilson, Partner, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
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Friday, May 20, 2016
2016 Legal Frontiers in Digital Media
Computer History Museum
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