The creation of content is critical to the success of any professional endeavor. It is no longer acceptable to simply do the work and let it speak for itself because there are too many other talented creators both doing the work and showcasing it themselves. You can thank social media for that and regardless of how we might feel about that, it is here to stay. The following conversation was recorded live from the WestEdge Design Fair. This is a media masterclass that covers the topic of content ideation, creation, development distribution, and protection. That last part might sound foreign but it is a critical component to this. Your intellectual property rights are as important as the quality of the content itself. You should know what they are, even if you choose not to defend them.
This panel includes:
This panel covers a lot of ground, please note that the legal advice heard here is not specific to any case or situation, Sheila is not your lawyer unless you retain her and no advice here can be taken as legal advice unless you do, in fact, retain her. See that is called a legal disclaimer, one of the many things you will hear about in this Media Masterclass episode of Convo By Design.
That is a wrap on this episode of Convo By Design, thank you, Becky, Peter, and Sheila for your skill and knowledge. If you are listening and interested in retaining their services, you can find their contact information in the show notes. Thank you to the WestEdge Design Fair for having me and allowing me to participate. Thank you, Walker Zanger, for your continued support and thank you for listening to the show, downloading each podcast episode and engaging through the socials. Make sure you never miss an episode of the podcast, ask Siri to help you, say, “Hey Siri, play Convo By Design podcast.” And she will! Thanks for listening and until next week, keep creating.