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Identifying the Legal Issues in Using Digital and Social Media – A Video Webinar

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 4:41 pm

Almost every broadcaster and other media company uses digital and social media to reach their audiences with content and information that can be presented in ways different than those provided by their traditional platforms.  Whether it is simply maintaining a website or streaming audio or video or maintaining a social media presence to reach and interact with their audiences, these alternative platforms pose their own legal issues.  These issues can range from the protection of a current brand to concerns over having the rights to exploit content that you obtain from others.  You can have concerns over music rights. There has been much litigation over improper uses of photos found on the Internet (see our articles here, here and here).  And there are concerns over the rights of social media platforms to use your content in ways that you don’t expect (see my blog articles here and here).  Toss in some sponsorship identification issues from the FTC and emerging privacy concerns, and there are plenty of legal issues that you need to consider in exploiting digital platforms. To help highlight the issues, I conducted a webinar for numerous state broadcast associations a few weeks ago, the video of which is available below (note that the sound quality was a little rough at first but improves a few minutes into the discussion).  Plenty of legal issues for any media company to consider:

Bastl’s new Midilooper is like a Loop Station… for MIDI jamming

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 4:24 pm

After three years of development, testing, and messing around with it in their own live performances, Bastl say they've hit on a recipe for making audio-style looping work with MIDI.

The post Bastl’s new Midilooper is like a Loop Station… for MIDI jamming appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

Throbbing Gristle, ATP 2004: a gateway to a strange other England

Delivered... Luke Turner | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 3:31 pm

An encounter with the British industrialists opened not only a world of music and underground culture but a whole new way of living

By the winter of 2004, the Pontins holiday camp at Camber Sands had seen better days. Barely updated since its 1970s heyday, the bleak chalets, roamed by the ghosts of Bluecoats, were an appropriate setting for Throbbing Gristle’s comeback.

In the late 70s, the band had held up a mirror to a seamy, degraded Britain ruled by corrupt authorities and mired in industrial decline, with lyrics about the Moors murders and political control, and stage outfits made of army-surplus gear. Musically, their use of samplers and abstract sound made them pioneers. After they terminated their initial phase of operation in 1981, none of the industrial artists who later cited them as an influence – Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails – came close to their radical sonics and social commentary.

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Throbbing Gristle, ATP 2004: a gateway to a strange other England

Delivered... Luke Turner | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 3:31 pm

An encounter with the British industrialists opened not only a world of music and underground culture but a whole new way of living

By the winter of 2004, the Pontins holiday camp at Camber Sands had seen better days. Barely updated since its 1970s heyday, the bleak chalets, roamed by the ghosts of Bluecoats, were an appropriate setting for Throbbing Gristle’s comeback.

In the late 70s, the band had held up a mirror to a seamy, degraded Britain ruled by corrupt authorities and mired in industrial decline, with lyrics about the Moors murders and political control, and stage outfits made of army-surplus gear. Musically, their use of samplers and abstract sound made them pioneers. After they terminated their initial phase of operation in 1981, none of the industrial artists who later cited them as an influence – Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails – came close to their radical sonics and social commentary.

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Piezo’s Lush Electronics Coalesce on ‘Perdu’

Delivered... Caroline Whiteley | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 3:10 pm

Top Notes: UK bass with an Italian twist Mid Notes: Textured, earthy rhythms and crystalline sound patterns Base Notes: Organic materiality meets digital abstraction Over the course of the last twelve years, STILL’s Hundebiss Records has established itself as one of the leading tastemakers in avant-electronics, from releasing Kelman Duran’s debut album 1084 KIDS to Lamin Fofana’s bold Black...

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News | Kelly Lee Owens Teams Up With John Cale On New Track – The Quietus

Delivered... | Scene | Wed 5 Aug 2020 8:00 am
News | Kelly Lee Owens Teams Up With John Cale On New Track  The Quietus
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