Category: "Cinema, TV, Radio"
By admin on Feb 27, 2016 | In Cinema, TV, Radio | Send feedback »
Three days ago, I watched the TV sitcom, Black-ish, a show I’ve liked from its inception. It was, to date, the program’s most serious episode, illustrating the varied reactions within the show’s primary family to news reports regarding a grand… more »
By admin on Oct 29, 2015 | In Cinema, TV, Radio | Send feedback »
I believe I've mentioned in past blog posts that most characters can't be copyrighted unless they possess some very specific and unique traits that distinguish them from all others. Batman would be one such character.
But what about the Caped… more »
By admin on Jan 25, 2015 | In Cinema, TV, Radio | Send feedback »
Some of the 20th Century's most stirring speeches came from the lips of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. So how come none of his words are in the King biopic movie, Selma?
Answer: Copyright. That and the possibly perceived threat of… more »
By admin on Nov 10, 2014 | In Cinema, TV, Radio | Send feedback »
Apparently, the show's title wasn't a strong enough clue as to the nature of the title character. I'm talking about NBC's sitcom, Bad Judge," which features a free-spirited female judge who likes to par-tay both in and out of her judicial robes--if… more »
By admin on Apr 25, 2014 | In Cinema, TV, Radio | Send feedback »
Just in case you were looking for an example of how far back you have to reach to appropriate a piece of intellectual property without worrying whether you might get sued for copyright infringement, a lawsuit filed in California makes a timely point.… more »