That’s the new IP Colloquium podcast, from my UCLA colleague Doug Lichtman. Here’s the paragraph-long summary:
The music, publishing and motion picture industries are each today struggling to identify new business models that might replace existing mechanisms for funding professional content. In this edition of the Intellectual Property Colloquium, we consider the legal and strategic roadblocks that might stand in the way. Guests include: Brad Smith, General Counsel, Microsoft; Scott Martin, Executive Vice President, Intellectual Property, Paramount Pictures; and Dan Cooper, Vice President, Legal & Business Affairs, MySpace. UCLA law professor Doug Lichtman hosts.
I should note that “content” in the question refers to particular classes of content, such as traditionally produced music, books, and movies.