Copyright Website to Focus on Registration Issues for
New Media at National Association of Broadcasters Convention
FOSTER CITY, CA - April 10, 2002 - Copyright Website will
be conducting a Copyright Registration Workshop today at the NAB 2001
show at 10:30am at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Copyright Registration Workshop will provide nuts and bolts information
that will enable content creators to "Do it Yourself", and confidently file
federal copyright registrations with the United States Copyright Office for all
manner of digital media, including websites, DVDs, CD-ROMs, computer code,
MP3s, and streamed video and audio.
Special topics will be covered, including how to determine the correct registration form for multimedia, such
as webpages that embed audio and video. The workshop will also
include strategies on how to avoid common traps in registering web pages.
The Intellectual Property Rights panel is being presented as part of the NAB
Multimedia World New Media Professionals Conference. This conference offers a
multi-faceted approach to keeping pace with new media technologies and
applications such as the Internet, streaming media, DVD and other emerging
platforms. Business sessions focus on making investments, creating alliances
and protecting intellectual property. Creative sessions offer successful case
studies enhanced with demonstrations. Convergence sessions address
enhanced/interactive television, asset management for multi-platform use and
the intertwining of traditional and new media.
About Copyright Website LLC
Copyright Website LLC powers the Copyright Website, the Internet's most
popular destination for copyright information. The Copyright
Website has provided artists, musicians, coders, webmasters, filmmakers, students, photographers and writers with real world, practical and relevant
copyright information since 1995. The Copyright Website is also home of the Copyright
Wizard, the first web-based copyright registration service. For more information visit http://www.benedict.com.