Publishing, Theatre & Radio

Solutions for an evolving media landscape

Long-standing traditional media industries are under pressure. The digital world, and the seamless delivery of content and entertainment forces new thinking, and new approaches for media owners and workers alike. Against this backdrop, the desire for personal, human involvement, interaction and experiences has become even more vital. The tension between these two worlds is exciting,

but challenging. We specialise in acting for publishers of newspapers, magazines and books in all media, including representing media owners, publishers, disrupters, innovators, editors, authors, bloggers, influencers and contributors.  We are also involved with radio owners, broadcasters, and regulators and, of course, talent.

Traditional media is under pressure.

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New Screen Australia Story Development Fund Guidelines: what you need to know
Screen Australia has released new guidelines for those interested in applying to its Screen Story Development Fund. Following two months of industry consultations, the changes are intended to create a more streamlined application process and support greater diversity of screen stories from a larger pool of content makers. Changes to the funding process Projects for...
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Spotting the problem: New claims against Spotify
Spotify has had two copyright law suits brought against them in the last two weeks. The first claim is by David Lowery, who is claiming copyright infringement. Lowery is seeking $150 million from Spotify for illegally duplicating and distributing his band “Cracker and Camper Van Beetoven” songs. The second claim is by Melissa Ferrick a...
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Shake It Off, Shake It Off Tay Tay
In case you hadn’t heard, the claim by R&B singer Jesse Braham that Taylor Swift stole lyrics to her 2014 hit song Shake It Off was dismissed back in November this year. In 2013 Jesse Braham released a song called “Haters Gone Hate” with the chorus containing: “Haters gone hater, playas gone play. Watch out...
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Test Kitchen fails the Test
Thou shall not pass the Trade Mark Act if the phrase you intend on monopolising is too descriptive. Bauer Media, publisher of ‘Womans Day’ and ‘Australian Womens’ Weekly was recently reminded of this when they failed to register the phrase ‘TEST KITCHEN’ as a trade mark. A ‘test kitchen’ is a kitchen used to develop...
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