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Via Art Brodsky, communications director of PK, “At about the same time this morning that Gigi [Sohn, president of PK] was giving a major speech on copyright reform at Boston University, she was also part of a Good Morning America story on copyright reform.
The GMA story was about the woman who got a take-down notice […]

Video: DIY or Die

Via Film Threat, Michael Dean has made his full documentary available on YouTube. The first part is aesthetically uninspiring, but looks poised for some interesting profiles despite the rough edges.

CID: Report from NAMAC

For those of you who don’t know, I recently moved to Austin, and I very much wanted to attend the recent NAMAC conference. But, just starting a new job and getting settled in my new place made that a tall order. The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture is a service organization for media […]

Ah! Hurry, this fabulous online festival ends on October 31.
“For the month of October, the Online Film Festival debuts a new film each day on its website. That’s 31 films ranging from animations to documentaries to experimental. The artists represent 20 countries from Croatia, to Burkina Faso,
to the United States. It is a rare opportunity […]

Article: Comcast Admits Delaying Web Traffic

Free Press has a great news wrap-up email to give the headlines if you are interested in staying up on this kind of news. I’m not finding media artists who are fired up about these net neutrality issues, and I can’t understand why. It will absolutely will mean that people won’t be able to watch […]

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