- Jul 30, 2018
The problem I see where the networks try to say they have copywrite priveledges is does it say in the program to be viewed that only one network or station can show the program. If not that means wide viewing. So that means copywrite for a network is out the door. So locast is in its rights to show any station. Don't understand why the lawyers don't use that in copywrite. As long as not in contract with anybody is free rain. Same as with programming if can't prove you invented it your out of luck. So if you do an indivitual show and don't say well this network is only to show it then how can they claim copywrite. Seems lawyers should be fighting that way. If you don't own the show how can you claim copywrite.