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Podcasts? Why the hell not! Project 35 is not only one of our newest media ventures, it is another way to expand your knowledge and appreciation for the music we (hope you) love, straight from the artists’ mouths. Join local hero Scott Porter as he interviews myriad local and touring artists, for your listening pleasure. Follow us on SoundCloud or subscribe on iTunes.
Words by Ryan M. Creery
Hey readers, don’t forget to vote for 35 Denton as the best music festival on the Dallas Observer Music Awards! We’re honored to be nominated, but let’s be real: A win would be the v. most raddest.
This week on Project 35, Scott interviews a local panel on the patio of Dan’s Silverleaf to discuss the legal issues relevant to artists to protect them and their work, from art to written content to beer. You’ll get to learn about copyright vs. trademark, discover obstacles to avoid losing control of your content and listen to Scott try to pronounce big words.
Evan Stone: A Denton attorney, master of all things copyright and trademark law
Warren Lunt: A muralist and sign painter
Christen Moynihan: One of 35’s own, as Blog Manager, and also Editorial Manager of The Broke-Ass Bride
Shaina Sheaff: 35 Denton Creative Director and Photographer
Tony Najera: Not only a photographer, but of Sofar Sounds: Denton and Denton Staged
Bobby Mullins: Beer King of Armadillo Ale Works.
Panelist Evan Stone is running for District Court Judge so go out and vote for him! You can also donate to his campaign here.