Las composiciones ganadoras serán incluídas en un próximo documental; las 12 canciones finalistas serán incluidas en un CD que acompañará a la película. San Francisco, CA, USA – 7 de diciembre de 2005 Creative Commons, junto a los productores cinematográficos Kembrew McLeod y Ben Franzen, anunciaron el día de hoy el lanzamiento del concurso “Criminales … Read More “Creative Commons anuncia el lanzamiento del Concurso de Remixes "Criminales del Copyright"”
Eric produces creative projects and events with partners working to advance a culture free of restrictive copyright. He also directs CC's creative vision, editorial strategy, and communications planning.
He serves on the leadership team of the Open COVID Coalition (an international effort to remove obstacles to intellectual property during the COVID-19 pandemic), and manage CC's role in the Bassel Khartabil Fellowship (an initiative that provides financial support and guidance to outstanding individuals developing open source projects in their communities under adverse circumstances).
Before joining CC, Eric was an editor for WIRED, where he also wrote feature stories and led audience development. He was the longtime board chair of CASH Music, a nonprofit focused on developing free resources and software for artists and record labels.
He lives in the East Bay area of the great state of California, where he runs, writes, podcasts, hangs out with family, and makes music with friends.
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Attention all remixers: ccMixter is hosting the new Copyright Criminals Remix Contest. Producers from all over the world are encouraged to use CC-licensed audio samples from Kembrew McLeod and Ben Franzen’s upcoming documentary film Copyright Criminals in new musical compositions. The best entry will appear prominently in the final version of Copyright Criminals and the … Read More “CC announces Copyright Criminals Remix Contest”
Winning Track to Be Featured in Film; Top 12 Tracks to Appear on CD San Francisco, CA, USA ¬– December 6, 2005 Creative Commons, along with filmmakers Kembrew McLeod and Ben Franzen, today announced the Copyright Criminals Remix Contest. The competition encourages producers, DJs, and remixers from around the world to use audio snippets from … Read More “Creative Commons Announces Copyright Criminals Remix Contest”