What Blockchain Means for Media and Entertainment
Blockchain will be a powerful tool for media makers and consumers. This decentralized digital ledger means content creators can track sales and distribution across the Internet, from full-length works to three-bar loops. Blockchain’s "trustless finality" has implications for monetizing content, protecting copyright, and stopping fake news at its source.
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- Aileen Gallagher, Associate Professor, Multiplatform Journalism, Syracuse University - Newhouse School
- Kathryn Hashimoto, Copyright Research Fellow, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
- Sandy Khaund, Founder/CEO, Turner Broadcasting
Sean Branagan, Dir Center for Dig Media Entrepreneurship, Newhouse School at Syracuse University
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