The textual, photographic, video, audio, and combined audiovisual programs and products resulting from Loudspeaker Public Media, Inc.'s events, television programs, and radio programs, including the material contained in this website, are protected under U.S. and international laws as copyrighted works. Anyone who displays, reproduces, copies, creates derivative works, or sells our textual, photographic, video or audiovisual programs for commercial or non-commercial purposes without our permission, violates the copyright laws and is liable for copyright infringement.

Likewise, Loudspeaker Public Media, Inc.'s trademarks and service marks, including not only its Loudspeaker marks, but also the names of its programs (like The Weird, Connecting A Better World, Rabbit Hole Radio Theatre, etc.), are protected by state, federal, and international trademark laws. Any person who uses our marks for commercial or non-commercial purposes without our permission on goods or services in such a way that it dilutes the distinctive quality of our marks or that creates the likelihood of confusion with our marks, is liable for trademark infringement.

Liability for copyright or trademark infringement involves the potential for significant civil damages, including in particular cases, statutory damages, liability for up to three times actual damages, and attorneys' fees.

If you have questions about this notice or are interested in obtaining permission to use our marks, please contact us.