Open The Mic Newsletter — What Did You Miss in Podcast News? — FB launches its own podcast platform
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Interestingly, the terms of service for Facebook’s podcast platform ensure that the company has the rights to make “derivative works” with the content. There are no details on what exactly that means, but it’s something to keep in mind before you submit a podcast to Mark Zuckerberg’s company.
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