The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment
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The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment

right a publicity in the first amendment to write a publicity is not The Constitutional Right. The right of publicity is fundamentally an economic right. It’s the right to exploit your name image or likeness for commercial gain The right of publicity is not mentioned in the Constitution. Unlike copyright or patents, it’s not there. […]

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For Liberty Re-cut
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For Liberty Re-cut

[Obama] A little less than one year from today you will go into the voting booth and you will select the next president of the United States of America. [Clinton] I think elections are about the future. But how you determine what will happen in the future? Well you have to look to the record […]

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Frame By Frame: Hollywood Blacklisting
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Frame By Frame: Hollywood Blacklisting

Hi. I’m Wheeler Winston Dixon, James Ryan Professor of Film Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and this is Frame By Frame, and today I want to talk about a very serious subject: the Hollywood blacklist of the 1940s, 50s and 60s. The blacklist has its roots in the Great Depression, which was the result […]

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How to nail your shot composition | #7Steps
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How to nail your shot composition | #7Steps

– What is shot composition, you ask? Think of a composer of shots. You still confused? Well, me too. Whatever shot composition is, I hear it’s important. So here are three great tips to ensure that your shot composition is on point. Number one, generally position your subject in the middle of frame. I understand […]

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