April 24, 2007 | By Hugh D'Andrade

Podcast on Podcasting

You?ve just started a podcast, and you want to include a musical interlude from your favorite klezmer band. But how do you do that without violating copyright laws? Now you can learn the answers to these and other questions by tuning in to Colette Vogele's podcast, Rules for the Revolution.

Every few days, Colette posts a new show covering everything you were afraid to ask about copyright, new media, and podcasting. Past shows have covered fair use, licensing, Creative Commons, defamation, and all the legal issues facing podcasters. Better yet, her interview subjects have included EFF experts like Jason Schultz and Kurt Opsahl.

Also authored by Colette is a handy legal guide for podcasters. Colette is a practicing lawyer in San Francisco and non-resident fellow with the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.

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