Monthly Archives: October 2012

Episode 35 – Hot Dogs and Hot Topics



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In this Episode:

  •  James Taylor sues WB Records
  •  Gamblers prevail
  • Using Brando's likeness isn't in “Vogue” for Madonna
  • Copyright Term Extension – Again?
  • Innocence of Muslims
    suit by actress
  • “Franks Anatra” trademark denied.
  • Please nominate us for a podcast award (in the ‘Business' category)

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What happened to “Rebecca”, and how to keep it from happening to you.

It could happen to any of us. It seems that the much-anticpated  production of Rebecca, based on the Daphne du Maurier novel has been cancelled. The reason?  The money fell through. It could happen to any of us, at any time.  Producing theatre is a complex alchemy, combining hundreds of elements to create magic.  But ultimately,… Continue Reading

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