By Aaron Orheim
On April 11th Jim Gaffigan joined a growing number of comedians and self-released a 75 minute comedy special. Traditionally, production companies pay comedians for a performance, tape it, and then sell the content fraught with copyright protections. The ultimate price consumers pay for the content reflects the costs of marketing, distribution, and enforcing copyright. Owners of copyright enjoy great protection under Title 17 of the U.S.C. and oftensueunauthorized users in expensive lawsuits.
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