Category: podcast

IPTelligentsia Podcast: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer (Part 2/2)

Last week, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection held hearings on Digital Content and Enabling Technology: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer. This is the second half of the podcast about these hearings, focusing in on fair use, DRM/TPM and anti-circumvention. IPTelligentsia Podcast: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer (Part 2/2) (24:14, 22MB MP3).… Read more →

IPtelligentsia Podcast: Fair Use Hearings

Yesterday, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection held hearings on Digital Content and Enabling Technology: Satisfying the 21st Century Consumer. Today’s podcast discusses the content of those hearings: IPtelligentsia Podcast: House Fair Use Hearings (29:13 MP3) I apologize in advance for the poor quality– technical problems (a bad microphone cable, I think)… Read more →

IPtelligentsia Podcast: Senate Indecency Hearings (Part 2 of 3)

On Thursday, the Senate Commerce Committee held hearings about regulating indecency on television. Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK) and some of his colleagues seem intent on curbing broadcast and cablecast indecency by new legislation or some extra-legislative means, notwithstanding the fact that extending such regulations to cable and the internet would violate the First Amendment. IPtelligentsia Podcast: Senate Decency Hearings (Part… Read more →

IPtelligentsia Podcast: Senate Indecency Hearings (Part 1 of 3)

This morning, the Senate Commerce Committee held hearings about regulating indecency on television. Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK) and some of his colleagues seem intent on curbing broadcast and cablecast indecency by new legislation or some extra-legislative means, notwithstanding the fact that extending such regulations to cable and the internet would violate the First Amendment. IPtelligentsia Podcast: Senate Decency Hearings (Part… Read more →

And now, something different

Lately, I have been looking through FCC rulings on broadcast indecency. One recent ruling concerned the television program Arrested Development, which I recently picked up on DVD. Combine the two and you get something that is almost edutainment (except for, well, the education and the entertainment): the first IPTAblog videoblog, or, is it a videocast? Podvideo? IPTAblog Multimedia Extravaganza: Arrested… Read more →

IPtelligentsia Podcast

Hey, look, there goes a bandwagon! I’m jumping on and figured I’d give podcasting a shot. IPtelligentsia podcast 2005-03-21. This ‘cast looks at MGM v. Grokster, in particular, how the arguments made at oral arguments were reflected in the 9th Circuit ruling. This is not particularly useful pedagogy compared with using the briefs, but it does make for more interesting… Read more →