How to Negotiate a Podcasting Agreement

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Ever wonder how top tech/media transactional lawyers draft and negotiate agreements?

Well, this webinar is your chance to find out!

Laura Frederick will be speaking with our guest Gabe Meister, former BigLaw partner, senior media counsel for the National Basketball Association (NBA), and SVP, Business & Legal Affairs of a major premium cable channel, who now runs his own practice advising clients on tech and media deals.

During the webinar, Gabe will explain the business and legal aspects of podcasting, then Laura and Gabe will discuss key provisions in podcast-related agreements—what’s important and why, and how to negotiate them depending on your role in the deal.

You’ll learn a ton about issues that relate to other tech and media contracts, too, including development, services, pricing structures, advertising, releases, and intellectual property.

Click here for the webinar slides

 

The sample podcast agreement discussed during the webinar: https://www.lawinsider.com/contracts/5PWXDeZpw7r

 

Who should attend?

  • Big Law Partners and Associates
  • In-House Attorneys
  • Solo Practitioners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Law Students
  • Contract Managers

Contributors

Gabe Meister
Gabe Meister
Founder @ The Law Office of Gabe Meister
Laura Frederick
Laura Frederick
Founder @ Laura Frederick Law

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