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i09_wrong [2018/05/08 18:17] (current)
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 === '​Trading Off Our Property Rights'​ === === '​Trading Off Our Property Rights'​ ===
  
-The "​professional commercial venture"​ Peters was engaged in was the [[studio_move|now-abandoned studio]] he was building with fans' money rather than producing //Axanar//, as well as an online [[merchandise]] operation. ​In an interview on the Chicks Who Script podcast, Peters scoffed at the idea CBS would sue him, and went on to describe his real goal just weeks after CBS' warning:+The "​professional commercial venture"​ Peters was engaged in was the [[studio_move|now-abandoned studio]] he was building with fans' money rather than producing //Axanar//, as well as an online [[merchandise]] operation. ​Just weeks after CBS' warning, in an interview on the Chicks Who Script podcast, Peters scoffed at the idea CBS would sue him, and went on to describe his real goal:
  
 > The studio is the endgame. The idea is we create a studio that we can then [use to] produce our own original content, our own movies. … The idea is to produce our own original content.(([[http://​www.chickswhoscript.com/​tags/​alec-peters|Chicks Who Script Podcast]], 9/28/15.)) > The studio is the endgame. The idea is we create a studio that we can then [use to] produce our own original content, our own movies. … The idea is to produce our own original content.(([[http://​www.chickswhoscript.com/​tags/​alec-peters|Chicks Who Script Podcast]], 9/28/15.))
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-The settlement allowed //Axanar// to be produced but under severe restrictions — no crowdfunding,​ 30 minutes maximum, no one gets paid. Since the settlement, little progress has been made to getting the short film, nicknamed Axanar Lite, into production. io9's article described Axanar Lite this way:+The settlement allowed //Axanar// to be produced but under severe restrictions — no crowdfunding,​ 30 minutes maximum, no one gets paid. Since the settlement, little progress has been made to getting the short film, nicknamed ​[[Axanar Lite]], into production. io9's article described Axanar Lite this way:
  
 > [The settlement resulted] in a radically cut-down version of the film—which has yet to be released—following CBS’s rules.(([[https://​io9.gizmodo.com/​the-100-most-important-pop-culture-moments-of-the-last-1822145186|"​The 100 Most Important Pop Culture Moments of the Last 10 Years: #​41-60"​]],​ io9, 1/17/18.)) > [The settlement resulted] in a radically cut-down version of the film—which has yet to be released—following CBS’s rules.(([[https://​io9.gizmodo.com/​the-100-most-important-pop-culture-moments-of-the-last-1822145186|"​The 100 Most Important Pop Culture Moments of the Last 10 Years: #​41-60"​]],​ io9, 1/17/18.))