2 edition of Dove sta Zazà found in the catalog.
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|Number of Pages||73|
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The New York Daily News issue for the same day reported that "more than one million persons  are expected to visit the feast.
Copyright owners enjoy a most significant degree of exclusivity in the use of protected works; but the right is Dove sta Zazà absolute. Settle judgment on five 5 days' notice. Reversing, the five-man majority of the Court held that the First and Fourteenth Amendments did not immunize defendant from liability for infringement of plaintiff's state-law right of publicity, in circumstances where defendant "broadcast a performer's entire act without his consent," and such broadcast "poses a substantial threat to the economic value of that performance.
FINDINGS OF FACT The parties entered into a helpful statement of agreed facts. At least some of the aforesaid recorded music broadcast as part of the news piece constituted at least a portion of the work at issue herein, "Dove sta Zaza. ABC's television newscast constitutes a medium and setting which were noncompetitive with the media and settings in which the song would normally be offered or used.
Portions of the band music were recorded, formed a part of the television film strip, and were played over Channel 7 news that evening.
html Che dire, capisco Merendino cosa possa aver provato. Zacchini did not arise out of the copyright laws, although Justice White observed for the majority, at 576, 97 S. ABC's use of the song did not, and could not, have any adverse effect upon the market for the song, the song's value, or the song itself. The copyright owner must be compensated for an infringing use.
Mai che possa gongolarmi un po'. ABC and its evening television news program are not in competition with the plaintiff. It has been reported, in text and pictures, in the New York daily newspapers and entertainment magazines each year from at least 1971 to 1977. Portions of the band music were recorded, formed a part of the television film strip, and were played over Channel 7 news that evening.
Adesso, per rendere meno inutile questo post, voglio postare un'altra tavola di Me and my pessimism. Bond, directing the film crew, included the float, the band and the music because she considered the music to be an "integral part" of the film clip to be shown on the newscast, and "a very important part to add to the atmosphere of what was happening at the moment.
To the extent that the principles declared in Zacchini apply to the case at bar, it is clear that defendant would prevail under either the majority or minority view. ABC's television newscast constitutes a medium and setting which were noncompetitive with the media and settings Dove sta Zazà which the song would normally be offered or used. The three dissenters believed that the First Amendment barred the action: "Since the film clip here was undeniably treated as news and since Dove sta Zazà is no claim that the use was subterfuge, respondent's actions were constitutionally privileged.
 The full Committee Report appears in the Historical Note to 17 U. The pertinent factors underlying the doctrine are summarized by the Second Circuit in this discussion in Meeropol at 1069-1070: "The purpose and character of the use of the copyrighted material, the nature of the copyrighted work, and amount and substantiality of the work used, and its effect upon Dove sta Zazà potential market for the copyrighted material are factors which must be evaluated in concert.
 The present plaintiff stresses the synchronization, in the television laboratory, of the sound of the music to the rest of the film clip before it was shown on the newscast.
The film crew consisted of Herb Todd, a cameraman, John Occhiogrosso, a soundman, and Murray Hoffman, a lighting technician.
The ninth member of the Court, Mr.