Protecting Your Entertainment Intellectual Property Online
When you take your intellectual property online, there are many things you need to consider in order to protect your creation. You can have a great idea, but if you put it out on the internet without protecting your intellectual property, you have very little protection if someone takes that idea and makes it their own.
Protecting Your Entertainment Intellectual Property Online with Marjorie DeHey
From: Negotiations in the Entertainment Industry
By: Marjorie DeHey, JD/MBA
For over 15 years, Ms. DeHey has held high-level positions in marketing, business development and corporate strategy for a number of small and large companies, including MGM Studios, the Miss Universe organization, MEF (formerly the Mobile Entertainment Forum), MediaMojos, the Irish government, and LexisNexis.
Ms. DeHey has been named one of “The 25 Women to Watch” by Mobile Marketer Magazine (http://www.mobilemarketer.com/cms/lib…) and was recently inducted in the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
In the CLE class clip, Ms. DeHey discusses Protecting Your Entertainment Intellectual Property Online.
Ways to protect your content online. First, register your work. Obtain copyrights on all your ideas, or produced works, and mark your work as copy-written. Before you post your work on third party social sites, be sure to read all licensing terms carefully, different sites have different policies.
For more on Protecting protecting your entertainment intellectual property online, by Ms. DeHey, check out the full CLE video clip by myLawCLE.com