Thu, Jun 04|
Live Streaming - Licensing, Privacy and Regulation
ARC Law Group attorney Mark A. Pearson will break down some of the legal issues surrounding live streaming your next music event.
Time & Location
Jun 04, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT
Join ARC Law Group attorney Mark A. Pearson for a discussion on the legal issues of live streaming. Yes, we will discuss why your livestream video gets muted after the event. Plus, we look into privacy issues and the rights you might be inadvertently giving up when you go live on the internet.
“Mark A. Pearson – Bio” Mark A. Pearson is the principal counsel at ARC Law Group, a law firm focused on advising Creative, Talented and Entrepreneurial clients in the areas of business, entertainment, sports and technology law. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, but with clients in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Nashville, Mark is a former award-winning television producer who spent the past decade advising some of the hardest working acts in the music biz, including international touring artists Con Brio, Front Country and DJ Mark Farina, as well as, serving as production counsel for Academy Award nominee, Borrowed Time. Recently awarded the Governor’s Citation Medallion for his service to the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Emmy® Award), Mark also advises leading entertainment-companies Rock The Bells (LL Cool J), Twitch, TuneGo, Caffeine and Fandor. You can reach Mark at email@example.com / www.arclg.com.