Music Videos: The Gray Area in First Amendment Protected Speech And The Resulting Trademark Consequences
This Note argues for a federal classification of music videos as noncommercial, artistic speech under the First Amendment. As an artistic expression of a singer, music videos are no longer the promotional mini-movies they once were; they are now utilized widely by artists to express their artistic preferences—including the communication of social, political, and cultural doctrine.
Cardozo Law Review de·novo
Gold, Lindsey, "Music Videos: The Gray Area in First Amendment Protected Speech And The Resulting Trademark Consequences" (2018). Cardozo Law Review de•novo. 57.