Tracey Freed is the Founder of Freed Law and an Adjunct Professor at LMU’s law program. Prior to setting up her own shop to focus on digital media, entertainment and technology transactions, Tracey was a Partner at DME Law and served as Assistant General Counsel for Digital Networks at Sony Pictures.
Shaun Spalding is an independent entertainment and intellectual property lawyer, who represents some of the most popular YouTube creators in the world. He is actively involved in non-profit work, serving as an advisory board member for New Media Rights and as a mentor for the Rising Arts Leaders program.
In this episode, Shaun and Tracey highlight some of the key legal issues impacting the online video space, including intellectual property rights, consumer privacy, and FTC compliance for sponsored content. We discuss how the industry has evolved since the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) was passed back in 1996 and how the growth of new platforms effects creators and media companies alike.
Host: James Creech
ABOUT THE SHOW All Things Video is a podcast dedicated to uncovering the past and charting the future of the online video ecosystem. Listen to interviews with founders, executives, and thought leaders from the world’s leading video networks and engage in thought-provoking debates about the key issues shaping the next generation of entertainment. From the short-form content revolution to the rise of multi-channel networks (MCNs) and the fragmentation of video viewership in an always-on world, All Things Video reveals the key trends and insights from the world of digital video.
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ABOUT THE HOST James Creech is an entrepreneur focused on technology, online video, and digital media. He is the Co-Founder & CEO of Paladin Software, the premier technology provider for the world's leading video networks and next-generation media companies.
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