Purpose: to understand how citation and intellectual property works with podcasts
Answer the following questions in the appropriate thread(podcast), referencing Ball, Sheppard, and Arola (2018) and drawing on the genre examples of podcasts (attached PDFs).
1) How do the examples identify their intellectual property rights? What does this mean for people who want to excerpt or remix from the example? 2) How do the examples use and attribute the work of others? Why do they do it this way? 3) Do you think the writers want to make their work accessible for others remixing or not? Why?