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CSM at the Remix/Mashup 2009 Conference

I had the great pleasure to sit on the opening panel at the Remix/Mashup Conference that was hosted by the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University. Read more...

So You Think You Can Be President?

This campaign season has been lively, intense, and the inspiration for a wide array of online video. We've spent nearly a year tracking political remix online, and showing how online video creators are exercising Fair Use of copyrighted material in order to create powerful and innovative commentary on the political landscape. The evolution of online video has become nationally relevant with this election season, and to commemorate election day, we have one last video to share.Read more...

Campaign videos--Fair Use, not infringement

Political campaigns have been busily clipping out snippets of news coverage and building them into campaign videos. And the TV networks have just as busily been sending demands to YouTube and other video sites to remove those videos as violation of copyright. Only problem: they’re not violations of copyright. They’re fully within the umbrella of Fair Use—the right to use copyrighted material without permission or payment in some cases. Learn more at the Center’s Fair Use site. Read more...

Total Recut Video Remix Challange Winners Announced

We were happy to participate in the Total Recut Video Remix Challenge. Just recently the winners were announced. Read more...

Remixing the RNC

In June Stephen Colbert viewed McCain's delivery of a speech in front of a green screen as a request for mashup artists and remixers to "make McCain exciting." (A green screen for those of you less tech- savvy is a mashup-makers dream come true, allowing artists to add a backdrop of nearly anything they can dream up, or rather "mash up.") The result was a collection of funny, poignant, and often critical videos drawing attention t Read more...