reb•e•lu•tion (reb’el lu shen) n. a teenage rebellion against the low expectations of an ungodly culture.


CFA: 4:05 P.M. - 10/25

These more technical sessions are much harder to blog in detail. However, the emphasis of this session so far has been to know copyright laws and then to act accordingly. Get everything in writing and read the small print of contracts.

Another good point, which was made in passing, is that the current trend in distribution and marketing is for artists to distribute their work directly to the consumer, thus bypassing the recording and production studios. This, according to Biller, is a primary reason why production studios are so quick to take teens who download music off the internet to court. They're trying to protect their industry. I found that interesting and worth considering. This would be yet another example of where Christians must recognize and prepare for changes in society.

Another thing that makes this session hard is that I'm afraid that, if I get too specific, I'll be guilty of some sort of copyright infringement. :wink: