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Streaming Video of Oral Arguments: Now Live in California… and Then Everywhere Else?

Streaming Video of Oral Arguments: Now Live in California… and Then Everywhere Else?

DWT Media Law August 17, 2016 Comments Off on Streaming Video of Oral Arguments: Now Live in California… and Then Everywhere Else?

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The Big Picture: Aereo Held to Violate Public Performance Right

The Big Picture: Aereo Held to Violate Public Performance Right

DWT Media Law June 30, 2014 Comments Off on The Big Picture: Aereo Held to Violate Public Performance Right

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Drone Journalism: It’s in the Air.  
But Will the Media and FAA Be Ready for Take-Off in 2015?

Drone Journalism: It’s in the Air. 
But Will the Media and FAA Be Ready for Take-Off in 2015?

DWT Media Law May 6, 2014 Comments Off on Drone Journalism: It’s in the Air. 
But Will the Media and FAA Be Ready for Take-Off in 2015?

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FCC Proposes Fines of More Than $1.9M 
for EAS Violations

FCC Proposes Fines of More Than $1.9M 
for EAS Violations

DWT Media Law May 4, 2014 Comments Off on FCC Proposes Fines of More Than $1.9M 
for EAS Violations

By Burt Braverman and Jennifer Toland Frewer On March 3, 2014, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued an omnibus Notice of Apparent Liability (NAL) that proposes substantial fines totaling more than $1.9 million against

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California Supreme Court to Decide in GLAD v. CNN Whether State Disabled Persons Act’s “Public Accommodations” Include Websites

California Supreme Court to Decide in GLAD v. CNN Whether State Disabled Persons Act’s “Public Accommodations” Include Websites

DWT Media Law May 2, 2014 Comments Off on California Supreme Court to Decide in GLAD v. CNN Whether State Disabled Persons Act’s “Public Accommodations” Include Websites

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Unanimous Supreme Court Invalidates FCC’s “Fleeting Expletives” Indecency Decisions and Denies Review of Invalidated Super Bowl Fine

Unanimous Supreme Court Invalidates FCC’s “Fleeting Expletives” Indecency Decisions and Denies Review of Invalidated Super Bowl Fine

DWT Media Law June 20, 2012 Comments Off on Unanimous Supreme Court Invalidates FCC’s “Fleeting Expletives” Indecency Decisions and Denies Review of Invalidated Super Bowl Fine

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Some PACs Stop Running “Electioneering Communication” Ads to Avoid Reporting Requirements

Some PACs Stop Running “Electioneering Communication” Ads to Avoid Reporting Requirements

DWT Media Law May 15, 2012 Comments Off on Some PACs Stop Running “Electioneering Communication” Ads to Avoid Reporting Requirements

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Court of Appeals Strikes Down Communications Act Ban on Political and Issue Advertising on Noncommercial Broadcasting Stations

Court of Appeals Strikes Down Communications Act Ban on Political and Issue Advertising on Noncommercial Broadcasting Stations

DWT Media Law April 13, 2012 Comments Off on Court of Appeals Strikes Down Communications Act Ban on Political and Issue Advertising on Noncommercial Broadcasting Stations

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FCC Adopts Closed Captioning Rules for Online Video Programming

FCC Adopts Closed Captioning Rules for Online Video Programming

DWT Media Law January 21, 2012 Comments Off on FCC Adopts Closed Captioning Rules for Online Video Programming

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3rd Circuit Reaffirms Rejection of FCC’s “Fleeting Images” Policy, Reverses Super Bowl Fine

3rd Circuit Reaffirms Rejection of FCC’s “Fleeting Images” Policy, Reverses Super Bowl Fine

DWT Media Law December 1, 2011 Comments Off on 3rd Circuit Reaffirms Rejection of FCC’s “Fleeting Images” Policy, Reverses Super Bowl Fine

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The Basics of Music Licensing in Digital Media: 2011 Update

The Basics of Music Licensing in Digital Media: 2011 Update

DWT Media Law June 10, 2011 Comments Off on The Basics of Music Licensing in Digital Media: 2011 Update

By David D. Oxenford and Robert J. Driscoll Businesses that are involved in digital media use music in many ways—and most require some sort of license to make the use legal. Whether the music

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