This video suggests other resources such as the Electronic Freedom Foundation, the Copyright Office or the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
- [Voiceover] Thank you for watching this course.…I know we covered a lot of material…and I hope it answers your questions…about the legal side of podcasting.…If you run into legal problems,…you may find further assistance from sources…such as the Electronic Foundation,…the Copyright Office,…or the US Patent and Trademark Office.…Or you can write to me at my blog Dear Rich,…where I answer questions…from creative types, such as yourself.…Now go out and make some great podcasts.…
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- Choosing the right name for your podcast
- Using music and interviews in a podcast
- Understanding government regulations
- Responding to complaints
- Generating podcast income
- Registering podcast trademarks and copyrights