Friday, May 25, 2007

Creative Commons and Video Mashup

On Wednesday, May 23, undercover Fishbon Event Lab operatives heard about the latest developments in the Creative Commons battle to free intellectual property from overly protective copyright regulations. Why is this an issue? Just like audio samples used to create house tracks, video artists are exploring new ways to combine video to create original compilations. To illustrate how Video Mashups work, the assembled agents were treated to Pixel Pirates II, a new DVD with hundreds of samples produced by Australian collective, Soda Jerk.

For more information about new Creative Commons formats, check out their site at:

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