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podcast-40-fact-check [2016/10/02 12:29]
Carlos Pedraza [Mission Creep] re-sized photo
podcast-40-fact-check [2017/06/04 19:05] (current)
Carlos Pedraza [Fan Film Guidelines]
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 <wrap em>​TRUE</​wrap>​ **Star Trek Continues**. ​ Burnett is correct. //Star Trek Continues// planned to end its run with four final episodes, all of which were to be produced outside CBS' fan film guidelines. However, CBS [[guidelines-podcast#​questions and answers|did not promise]] to sue any production that failed to meet any of the guidelines. How Axanar may use //​Continues//​ in its defense against copyright infringement had yet to be seen. <wrap em>​TRUE</​wrap>​ **Star Trek Continues**. ​ Burnett is correct. //Star Trek Continues// planned to end its run with four final episodes, all of which were to be produced outside CBS' fan film guidelines. However, CBS [[guidelines-podcast#​questions and answers|did not promise]] to sue any production that failed to meet any of the guidelines. How Axanar may use //​Continues//​ in its defense against copyright infringement had yet to be seen.
  
-<wrap em>​FALSE</​wrap>​ **Just Like Other Fan Films**. As a matter of scale, Peters attempted to portray //​Axanar//'​s crowdfunding as essentially the same as //Star Trek: Renegades// (which has since [[guidelines_aftermath#​video productions|stripped Star Trek elements]] from its production). In fact, however, the $1.2 million figure Peters quotes ignores the fact up until the lawsuit it was [[crowdfunding_platforms#​progress_to_axanar|still raising money]] to support //​Axanar//'​s ultimate budget of nearly $2 million, more than twice //​Renegades//'​. The commercial aspects of Axanar'​s self-avowed professional operation — and their expansive scale — are what CBS and Paramount said distinguished the production from other fan films. Peters'​ characterization is an attempt to place Axanar under the same umbrella of perceived safety as other fan productions.+<wrap em>​FALSE</​wrap>​ **Just Like Other Fan Films**. As a matter of scale, Peters attempted to portray //​Axanar//'​s crowdfunding as essentially the same as //Star Trek: Renegades// (which has since [[guidelines_aftermath#​video productions|stripped Star Trek elements]] from its production). In fact, however, the $1.2 million figure Peters quotes ignores the fact up until the lawsuit it was [[crowdfunding_platforms#​progress_to_axanar|still raising money]] to support //​Axanar//'​s ultimate budget of nearly $2 million, more than twice //​Renegades//'​. The commercial aspects of Axanar'​s self-avowed professional operation — and their expansive scale — are what CBS and Paramount said distinguished the production from other fan films. Peters'​ characterization is an attempt to place Axanar under the same umbrella of perceived safety as true fan productions.
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