Content Creators, and How They Make Money off of Intellectual Properties| Peter J. Lamont, Esq. | Understanding the Law Radio
On this episode of the UTLRadio Podcast Peter and Brendan discuss how content creators make money off of previously established intellectual properties. They discuss Disney vloggers, and whether or not it's fair for them to profit off of the Disney theme parks. They also discuss why Disney, and other such companies, allow content creators to publish these videos. Any fan of Youtubers, or up-and-coming content creators, won't want to miss this video.
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