Remixed S5E8: DMCA Copyright vs. Twitch

Welcome back to another episode of Remixed! Today, we talk about Twitch's music problem, where the company has started sending out DMCA copyright warning notices to streamers. What will this mean for Twitch streamers in the future? And what will the DMCA copyright act mean for underground artists? Tune in as we discuss this and more on this week's episode of Remixed! Hosts: Sam Shipe & Liam Zach Edited by: Sam Shipe Graphic by: Kellyn Harrison

While the main ingredients of Raisin Bran are wheat and raisins, there is around 19 grams of sugar, according to the nutrition facts label. Omari Smith, DN Illustration

Full Dis-Chlo-sure: #BanTheBran

When I tell you I’m speechless, when I tell you I feel betrayed, when I tell you it took less than a moment for the light to leave my eyes, I say that with my whole chest. I wanted to avoid controversy and keep the peace, but an anger which has long remained stagnant within me has been reignited.  At the risk of rambling, I’ll just say it — Raisin Bran should be illegal.

Daleville Junior/Senior High School's new camera equipment sits Nov. 23, 2020. The school received $5,000 from the Community Foundation's Technology Resilience Initiative, which it has put toward new media equipment for student programs. Melissa Crist, Photo Provided

Community Foundation provides technology grants to local schools

In May 2020, the Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, a local charity that focuses on bettering the Muncie community, began the K-12 School Technology Resilience Initiative, a program that granted eight public school districts in Delaware County money to better the technology in their districts.

Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, left, watches as Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signs election documents to certify the election results for federal, statewide, and legislative offices and statewide ballot measures at the official canvass at the Arizona Capitol Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, Pool)

Five national stories of the week

Enbridge Energy is approved for pipeline construction in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Arizona certify their election results, Dr. Anthony Fauci warns of virus surges, a blood test to help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease is being sold to commercial labs and President-elect Joe Biden names his Council of Economic Advisers make up this week's five national stories.

People wearing masks to help protect against the spread of coronavirus, walk in Ankara, Turkey, Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. The official daily COVID-19 deaths have steadily risen to record numbers in a reversal of fortune for the country that had been praised for managing to keep fatalities low. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

Five international stories of the week

Moderna announced it will apply for emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine, Turkey resumed reporting all of its positive COVID-19 cases, Britain’s foreign minister said Brexit trade talks are in their last week, Russia is under new pressure to explain Alexei Navalny's August 2020 poisoning and the UK asks its medicines regulator to investigate the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine.


What Happened with Quibi?

Streaming services seem to be popping up almost daily. Just within the last year, we’ve seen four major new services join the already crowded market: Apple+, Disney+, HBO Max, and Peacock. One of the other streamers to launch during this time was Quibi. Now, if you’re unfamiliar with this service, don’t worry because everyone else is as well. Quibi seemed to have come out of nowhere, just to leave as quietly as it came. But what led to this service being a failure?

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