If the current state of copyright law interests you (AND WHY SHOULDN’T IT) you should check out this episode of On The Media covering fan fiction, 3D printing, and a segment with The Trichordist‘s David Lowery.
David Lowery of bands Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven thought the internet would become a vibrant new marketplace for creators. Instead, he says, the internet era is worse for artists than the infamously unfair record company system. Brooke talks to Lowery about what’s wrong and how to fix it.
…I don’t remember if they discussed how to fix it, other than reducing the cut that digital distributors get.
Becca reflects on what she went through in sharing one of the riskiest stories of the series yet on the “Live From Philly” episode.
You’ll wonder where this is going and then it happens.
Not even halfway through. Good conversation.
First time I’ve ever heard someone say “Oh no, don’t tell me Frank Miller is an asshole too!” I thought it was noteworthy, but I confused it with Dune author Frank Herbert.
If you aren’t listening to The Moth you should be. This week’s update is from Jen Lee. She talks about religion and sales.
If you aren’t listening to Stop Podcasting Yourself, you should be.
Here’s what you’re in for while listening to the latest episode:
Jamie Kilstein and Allison Kilkenny of Citizen Radio join us and it gets political, then it gets less political, then we talk about headbutting someone to death.