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These days, it seems podcasts are making a sure and steady comeback. But, with the resurrection comes the legal issues coupled with it. Despite the fact that podcasts were a fad long before social media hit the scene, they're now a market force once again, reports Time.
Why is that?
Podcasts are a versatile medium that fit perfectly into the social media boom. Large and small businesses alike can make podcasts that listeners can download onto their smartphones, or through iTunes or to play on Facebook or Twitter. Because of these uses, and many more, podcasts remain popular and relevant. But, beware. Because as podcasts increase, so do potential legal issues. Here are some to look out for.
Remember, it's always better to be safe than sorry. Before you launch your podcast on your website or release it onto iTunes, double check to make sure what you use is in the public domain, or that you have all right permissions.
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