Podcasting Legal Guide
Inspired by the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Legal Guide for Bloggers, the Podcasting Legal Guide is designed to outline both legal and practical issues that are specifically relevant for podcasters, such as using music and video in a podcast. The Guide has been published both online and as a PDF under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 license. A hard copy of the Guide can also be ordered via Lulu.
CC Podcast Plugs
To coincide with the release of the Podcasting Legal Guide, Creative Commons is launching CC Podcast Plugs. These short MP3 promos are designed for use by podcasters who offer their work under CC terms. If you’re a podcaster, use the Plugs on this page to let your listeners know that your podcast is offered to the public under one of Creative Commons’ flexible copyright licenses. Check back soon, as we’ll be adding new CC Podcast Plugs frequently.
© L. Fletcher — Used with permission.
Kristin Hersh is a singer/songwriter and is the lead singer and guitarist for Throwing Muses and 50 Foot Wave. Free Music, the new EP by 50 Foot Wave, is available here.
© Gavin Younger — Used with permission.
DJ Spooky is a musician, DJ, producer, remixer, author, artist, and professor. His most recent album is a collaboration with Dave Lombardo called Drums of Death.
© Clay Enos — Used with permission.
© Bart Nagel — Used with permission.
© Christine Connor — Used with permission.
Jonathan Coulton is a folk rock singer who is the first-ever Contributing Troubadour at Popular Science. You can preview and buy Jonathan’s music at his Web site.
© Edward McGinty — Used with permission.
Monk Turner is the self-proclaimed “galactic defender of the concept album.” His 16th release The New American Songbook will be available soon under a Creative Commons license.
Au Revoir Simone
© Flora Hanitijo — Used with permission.
Au Revoir Simone is an indie pop group whose debut CD is entitled Verses of Comfort, Assurance and Salvation. It is available directly from the band.