by David Young, Drone Launch Academy I just finished up putting together an awesome free study guide for people thinking about taking their Part 107 commercial drone exam. 21 Questions You’re Sure to See on the Part 107 Exam [with Detailed Explanations] I’ve been compiling this info for the last several months, and I […]Read more "Questions from the Part 107 Drone Exam"
October 1, 2015 by Larry Jordan Recently, the Digital Production Buzz interviewed two founders of a company that specializes in flying drones for videography. After watching the interview, Mike wrote to share some important information and clarifications on flying drones. Mike writes: Current FAA rules stipulate that no drone can be flown within 5 miles of any […]Read more "Essential Information on Flying Drones"
April 25, 2014 by Chris “Ace” Gates, Videomaker Aerial videography has taken off in recent years because of advances in drones and the technology that helps them fly. It’s a niche corner of the market, but anyone who shoots aerial videography will say that flying drones is fun but comes with its own risks. […]Read more "New ruling makes commercial use of small drones for aerial video legal"
July 17, 2012 by Mark Levy and Saba Siddiqui, VideoMaker The most common YouTube Video copyright infringement involves using songs in without permission of the copyright holder that cannot be claimed as “Fair Use”. In May 2008, Viacom brought a $1 billion lawsuit against YouTube for allegedly failing to protect the rights of copyright owners. […]Read more "What’s Legal YouTube: Fair Use Vs Copyright Laws"