I got a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interview Stephen Colbert, of Comedy Central's "Colbert more... Report." He agreed to talk about Viacom's lawsuit against YouTube, and how he really feels about people using his material in their videos. Copyright Bozos watch out!
NOTES TO VIACOM LAWYERS:
1) This is called "Parody." Only an idiot would think it's a real interview. Parody is a means of poking fun of what's in the news. It's also protected as free speech.
2) The raw material was not obtained illegally or recorded off the air. It was downloaded from the colbertnation.com web site. Why did Colbert put the clips there to be downloaded? To quote from the official Comedy Central web site, "Stephen has decided to put it all out there for you. And by "it," we mean footage of an interview with Stephen that you can edit any way you like." Well, this is the way I like!