Stanley Roberts is my guest tomorrow. He created a series called "People Behaving Badly" while working at KRON. It grew to be very popular. Then he left the station. "I was never under a personal services contract with the new owners Nexstar Broadcastings. Under California law the absence of a personal service contract means the creator is the owner of any and all work. (I was the creator)...Since we never reached a financial agreement, I signed a deal with Meredith Broadcasting to begin working at CBS 5 in Phoenix Arizona. I departed KRON on a Friday in late August. On a Monday morning 3 days later I started receiving messages from fans claiming that my personal YouTube account was gone. And the fact it was it was wiped clean because then my news Director Aaron Pero along with Emily Kirschenheuter who ran the web department had conspired maliciously to have my account deleted by submitting multiple copyright violations at the same time to the point where the page was completely deleted with no way to contest the deletions. I, STANLEY ROBERTS actually own the US copyright for work I’ve done, and I did absolutely nothing wrong other than try to make a better life for myself. I repeatedly asked YouTube and Youtube creators to please reinstate my account, but it has consistently fallen on deaf ears. Currently I have Mr Badly Productions Youtube account but haven't been able to recoup my loss of fan base which was approaching 100K." (quote from message Stanley sent me.) Any questions?
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The technical director (Lynn) is live now for the International Law Enforcement Training Summit discussing Active Shooter Prevention &Response. If you’re interested, here’s the link.