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Legal Issues Every Podcaster Should Know

With

Maggie Armstrong

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Bright Sighted Podcasting

Host

Christine O'Donnell

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Maggie Armstrong, an Entertainment Lawyer sheds light on the most important legal issues every podcaster should be aware of

Maggie’s worked for Blumhouse Productions, United Talent Agency and is now a Staff Attorney for Twin Cities PBS in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She shares how you can protect your brand and the content you create on your podcast as well as how to avoid trademark infringement and steer clear of possible defamation lawsuits involving Libel and Slander. 

I purchased my Podcast Waiver and Release Form from attorney Bobby Klinck. 

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39
Podcast Growth Strategies & Avoiding Rookie Mistakes

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Melissa Guller
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38
How To Engage Distance Learners?

With

Román Jáquez
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