• 01:26

    Intellectual Property Rights,Economical Rights Accessing these Income Wheels

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     LIVE @7PM - 10PM TONIGHT REGGAE ROUND TABLE CHAT! Continues On This Business of Music101 Reggae Music & Culture to the World Continued Topic:Intellectual Property Rights pertaining Economical Rights Artist Band or Group. Are You Accessing these Income Wheels? Or has as Income Wheels Spinning Without You!


    Heather Baldwin-MALERT!Every Reggae Artist needs to know about Intellectual Property Rights


    Heather Dowell received her Bachelor of Arts General Studies undergraduate degree (majoring in English and Sociology) .She served as Manager Communications and Members Relations in the Copyright Music Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago.She has pursued successfully six different Intellectual Property Rights courses through the UN World Intellectual Property Organisation,  She received course certificates in DL101 “An Introduction to General Intellectual Property”; DL-201E “Advanced Copyright and Related Rights” (2010); Korean IP Office (KIPO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and the Korea Invention Promotion Association (KIPA) jointly operated Advanced Training Certificate Program on Intellectual Property Rights and Business (2011); DL450E “Intellectual Property Management (2012); DL202E “Electronic Commerce and Intellectual Property” (2012); DL 317 “Arbitration and Mediation Procedure under the WIPO Rules” (2012).  
    In April 2013 she created a community Facebook page entitled IPchampiontt.  In August 2013 she joined the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Reprographic rights Organisation (TTRRO). The TTRRO was established for the collective management of licensing activities including collection of fees on behalf of Publishers and Creators of copyright material.Her IP training has added significant value to her competences in Intellectual Property Rights www.crsradio.com 661-467-2407

  • 03:14

    Live:Free! Free!Must have info on Intellectual Property Rights & copyright Laws

    in Music

    Heather Baldwin-MALERT!Every Reggae Artist needs to know about Intellectual Property Rights


    Heather Dowell received her Bachelor of Arts General Studies undergraduate degree (majoring in English and Sociology) .She served as Manager Communications and Members Relations in the Copyright Music Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago.She has pursued successfully six different Intellectual Property Rights courses through the UN World Intellectual Property Organisation,  She received course certificates in DL101 “An Introduction to General Intellectual Property”; DL-201E “Advanced Copyright and Related Rights” (2010); Korean IP Office (KIPO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and the Korea Invention Promotion Association (KIPA) jointly operated Advanced Training Certificate Program on Intellectual Property Rights and Business (2011); DL450E “Intellectual Property Management (2012); DL202E “Electronic Commerce and Intellectual Property” (2012); DL 317 “Arbitration and Mediation Procedure under the WIPO Rules” (2012).  
    In April 2013 she created a community Facebook page entitled IPchampiontt.  In August 2013 she joined the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Reprographic rights Organisation (TTRRO). The TTRRO was established for the collective management of licensing activities including collection of fees on behalf of Publishers and Creators of copyright material.Her IP training has added significant value to her competences in Intellectual Property Rights. She now offers Intellectual Property/Copyright information based services to a variety of persons and business interests.Contact: E: heatherambaldwin@yahoo.com Tel: Cell: 868-678-7678 or 868-622-3377 Skype: musicpassion26

  • 02:58

    Live Hot Topic Chat: How to protect Business & your Intellectual Property Rights

    in Music

    LIVE @7PM - 10PM TONIGHT REGGAE ROUND TABLE CHAT! Continues On This Business of Music101 Reggae Music & Culture to the World Continued Topic:Intellectual Property Rights pertaining Economical Rights Artist Band or Group. Are You Accessing these Income Wheels? Or has .She has pursued successfully six different Intellectual Property Rights courses through the UN World Intellectual Property Organisation,  She received course certificates in DL101 “An Introduction to General Intellectual Property”; DL-201E “Advanced Copyright and Related Rights” (2010); Korean IP Office (KIPO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and the Korea Invention Promotion Association (KIPA) jointly operated Advanced Training Certificate Program on Intellectual Property Rights and Business (2011); DL450E “Intellectual Property Management (2012); DL202E “Electronic Commerce and Intellectual Property” (2012); DL 317 “Arbitration and Mediation Procedure under the WIPO Rules” (2012).  
    In April 2013 she created a community Facebook page entitled IPchampiontt.  In August 2013 she joined the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Reprographic rights Organisation (TTRRO). The TTRRO was established for the collective management of licensing activities including collection of fees on behalf of Publishers and Creators of copyright material.Her IP training has added significant value to her competences in Intellectual Property Rights www.crsradio.com 661-467-2407

  • 03:05

    Live:Who collecting your money on your Intellectual Property Rights & Copyright

    in Music

    Heather Baldwin-MALERT!Every Reggae Artist needs to know about Intellectual Property Rights


    Heather Dowell received her Bachelor of Arts General Studies undergraduate degree (majoring in English and Sociology) .She served as Manager Communications and Members Relations in the Copyright Music Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago.She has pursued successfully six different Intellectual Property Rights courses through the UN World Intellectual Property Organisation,  She received course certificates in DL101 “An Introduction to General Intellectual Property”; DL-201E “Advanced Copyright and Related Rights” (2010); Korean IP Office (KIPO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and the Korea Invention Promotion Association (KIPA) jointly operated Advanced Training Certificate Program on Intellectual Property Rights and Business (2011); DL450E “Intellectual Property Management (2012); DL202E “Electronic Commerce and Intellectual Property” (2012); DL 317 “Arbitration and Mediation Procedure under the WIPO Rules” (2012).  
    In April 2013 she created a community Facebook page entitled IPchampiontt.  In August 2013 she joined the board of the Trinidad and Tobago Reprographic rights Organisation (TTRRO). The TTRRO was established for the collective management of licensing activities including collection of fees on behalf of Publishers and Creators of copyright material.Her IP training has added significant value to her competences in Intellectual Property Rights. She now offers Intellectual Property/Copyright information based services to a variety of persons and business interests.Contact: E: heatherambaldwin@yahoo.com Tel: Cell: 868-678-7678 or 868-622-3377 Skype: musicpassion26

  • 00:37

    Intellectual Property Rights

    in Business

    My guest will be Ronald I. Paltrowitz.  Ron is the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Interim Chair and General Counsel; and Principal at the Law Offices of Ronald I. Paltrowitz.  He serves as an outsourced General Counsel for small and mid-size closely owned businesses, individual entrepreneurs, and start-up companies.  As General Counsel, Ronald provides business and issue identification counseling on the wide range of legal issues that face every growing business including entity choice and formation; owner, vendor and customer agreements; intellectual property; employer/employee relations; and leasing.  He also offers a full range of dispute resolution services.   We will be discussing Intellectual Property Rights.

  • 00:01

    Intellectual Coitus with Reverend Zesty

    in Comedy

    In this episode, Reverend Zesty talks about the side effects of medication and the shortage of good people in the United States. 


    Intellectual Coitus is a weekly podcast that debuted on January 1, 2015 on Podcast Revolution Since that time, the response has been better than expected and we now offer a FREE monthly eZine and we are also working on our YouTube channel. 


    As an independent media source using sarcasm and humor, Intellectual Coitus was created by and for our patrons. Our mission: to share the REAL word beyond our core or choir to those who didn’t know they gave a shit any longer.


    We’re about “the mindful life” - thinking outside the box, sustainability, conscious consumerism, active citizenship, the arts, personal spirituality, enlightened education…really, anything that helps us to live a good life that also happens to be good for others, and our planet, without the delusional beliefs we are indoctrinated in since birth. 

  • 01:02

    Attorney Aurelia Mitchell Durant Intellectual Property

    in Business

    Aurelia Mitchell Durant, Philadelphia native and graduate of Temple University and Rutgers University School of Law is a leading legal adviser and commentator, specializing in international business law, corporate law, internet law and intellectual property law. She has been speaking and practicing for over 20 years, teaching and educating her clients while keeping them up to date with constant legal changes that could affect sustainability of their business or charitable pursuits.


    Aurelia is  founder of AMD LAW, Is My Brand Protected? and the Luxury Law Firm. As a consultative attorney, Aurelia covers topics such as international business, intellectual property, entertainment, and corporate law matters to the establishment of private foundations, corporate compliance, and public disclosure. She works hard to help individuals and organizations secure their company’s names, products and services through education about the importance of brand protection in the global marketplace.

  • 01:01

    The Know Your Rights Hour

    in Health

    Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. (co-host Dr. Sherri Tenpenny is on sabbatical until the end of April) as he discusses new vaccine restrictions in Australia and some differences in Australian and American law; why pediatrician Annie Sparrow backed out of a vaccine debate with Attorney Phillips at the last minute, and why it's likely that pro-vaccine advocates will *never* agree to debate anti-vaccine advocates; why the vaccine controversy is every bit as much a legal issue as it is a medical issue; what to do when your child is vaccinated against your wishes; why all states and the federal government offer medical exemptions, and what qualifies for a medical exemption; and more! Email Dr. Tenpenny at drtenpenny@gmail.com and Attorney Phillips at attorney@vaccinerights.com. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.
     

  • 03:04

    Live: Monetize Music through Intellectual Property-The 6 exclusive copyrights.

    in Music

    Paul-Michael Campbell is a vinyl record collector and a music publisher, the former host of "Monetizing Music" on Roots 96 FM and "Monetize Music" on News Talk 93 FM. He has coordinated the 2014 symposium "Extending Jamaica's Copyright Legislation in June 2014 for the Entertainment and Events Management Students @ VTDI. He was the main speaker in November 2014 on the topic Monetizing Music through Intellectual Property held at Jampro. In addition he was the guest speaker at the March 2014 seminar and workshop on "The Rights of Musicians" and "Monetize Music held @ the Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (UWI) Mona. He is a consultant for More 91.7 FM and a music advocate and refers to himself as  a music servant. www.crsradio.com www.caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com 661-467-2407

  • 00:24

    Angel Investing, Intellectual Property, and an Active Member of the Community

    in Business

    Show Details


     


    Title: Angel Investing, Intellectual Property, and an Active Member of the Community



    Show: Talk to Donna with David Woolford, Partner with Miller Thomson


     


    Date/Time:  Friday, March 6th at 10:30 a.m.


     


    Description: 


     


    David Woolford is a partner in the Southwestern and Toronto offices of Miller Thomson.


     


    David is a member of the TSX Venture Exchange’s Local Advisory Committee for Ontario, and a Director of the Golden Triangle Angelnet (GTAN). He is also a former member of the Angel One angel investor group.


     


    He is an active member in the community, and has been extensively involved in the United Way of Peel, including 10 years as a fundraiser. He was formerly the General Counsel and a founder of the Maple Leaf Angels and the honorary National Solicitor and a director of Peel Senior Link, a vibrant community service organization providing supportive services and care to senior citizens.


     


    David specializes in investment, corporate finance and governance. Structuring and commercialization of intellectual property rights for emerging companies is one of his specialties.


     


    David is an expert with limited partnerships; mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and other corporate reorganizations making him an excellent Python for this year’s Pythons’ Pit.


     


    David’s experience in e-business, e-commerce, outsourcing; and software technology development, along with licensing, franchising, acquisition and distribution contracts makes him a welcome addition as a returning Python.


     


    He is a Python with this year’s Pythons’ Pit. www.PythonsPit.ca

  • 01:01

    The Know Your Rights Hour

    in Health

    Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. (Vaccine Author and Researcher Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, D.O. is on sabbatical until late April) as he discusses studies documenting vaccine failure--outbreaks in highly vaccinated populations; the Constitutionality of H.R. 933, which seeks to require vaccinations as a condition for participation in any Head Start or Early Head Start program, with no non-medical exemptions; the possibility that some state Constitutions may require vaccine religious exemptions; why vaccine laws and bills requiring a "vaccine education" to get a vaccine exemption are unconstitutional; and more! Email Dr. Tenpenny at drtenpenny@gmail.com  and Attorney Phillips at attorney@vaccinerights.com and listen to your answer live on the air or in the archives. Find vaccine studies at vaccineresearchlibrary.com, and sign up for the Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.

     

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