Going Multimedia: Legal Issues Related to Interactive Productions

Many television and video producers are becoming involved, by choice or necessity, with two increasingly popular forms of interactive or multimedia productions: Internet-based websites and multimedia CD-ROMs or DVD-ROMs. Today, it seems that every company with more than five employees (and some with fewer) maintains an Internet website for promotional, marketing, or sales purposes. In addition, many corporate video facilities that historically have distributed training and marketing programs on videotape are now being asked to create interactive CD-ROM or DVD-ROM versions of those programs for use by employees or customers at individual workstations. In some companies, ...

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