YouTube Features Donald Duck Meets Glenn Beck As an Example of Fair Use Remix

Recently YouTube featured one of my videos on their copyright page as an example of fair use remix. I’m always excited to see my transformative remix work used in educational materials to further the understanding of the fair use doctrine. Since it was first published in 2010 Donald Duck Meets Glenn Beck in Right Wing Radio Duck has been viewed over 2 million times and discussed by the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times and has even been featured on Virgin America Airlines’ in-flight BoingBoing channel. Learn more about how and why I mashed together these two cartoon characters in this op-ed I wrote for Al Jazeera English.

YouTube's fair use page

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