Get legal whilst podcasting!
Pods Up North is back and we have some incredible and useful content for you to get stuck into!
Our most recent event saw us host the next masterclass in our Pods Up series, Get Legal. One of the things we thought would be really useful for a masterclass was to do something around legal terms and understanding. Even though podcasting often lacks rules and is a bit like the wild west, it doesn’t mean it’s above the law. As the industry grows we want to help you to be more on it when it comes to the legal stuff!
So we invited top digital and media lawyer Cliff Fluet to talk to us about the legal implications and considerations when putting together a podcast. b Cliff has been working as a qualified lawyer for the last 26 years and previous clients include Warner Music and Capital FM.
If you missed the live session, you can watch the replay now – scroll down for more!
What went down
Our live attendees took part in a Q&A session with Cliff hosted by our own Kate Cocker. Cliff stressed the importance of investing in legal protections for your IP and gave insight into some burning topics such as, what counts as fair use and how to use clips in your productions. We also explored copyright protection, trademarks, and licensing. Plus stuff we hardly ever think about, but should, like, who’s liable if you’re dishing out advice on your podcast and who has the right to your content if you have guests on your show.
On top of this is loads more really helpful advice to help you keep to the letter of the law as you’re making your podcasts.
If you missed the live event – watch the replay now!
You can watch Pods Up: Get Legal now. Simply head to our shop and buy the re-play for just £7.50.
Also available to watch now Pods Up: Level Up, our awesome 2-hour masterclass aimed at podcasters looking to up their game in terms of their community, content and visibility. Featuring Clint Boon (Humans of XS Manchester podcast), Janet Murray (audience growth expert), Sangeeta Pillai (Masala Podcast), Sam Walker (award-winning broadcaster and Desert Diaries podcast amongst many others!), Nic Redman (international voiceover artist & voice coach), Mark Asquith (CEO of Rebel Base Media), Pilar Nalwimba (The Reality Tea Podcast), Tom Griffin (Two Shot Podcast producer), Oliver Wellington (founder of Headliner video), Beccy Stirrup (Diary of a Space Archivist podcast), founder of Unedited), Bernard Achampong, Stu Whiffen (Pod Bible founder), Steve Jones (Crowd Network) and lots more.
These two sessions are also available as a special bundle for £15. Buy now, just head to our shop here.