A Struggle for TV Format: “Karaoke on the Maidan” and “Svoboda Savika Shustera”
Natalia Subota and Andrii Nechyporenko won a first well-known case in
From “Karaoke on the Maidan” side, we insisted that the program was based not on the usual singing songs with phonogram, but on the certain order of such singing, it had its rules, which were followed in each program, and all in all it was exactly an original product – the result of Igor Kondratuk and Andrii Kozlovs’kyi’s creative activity.
The parallels between situation with “Karaoke on the Maidan” and “Svoboda Savika Shustera” are obvious. But as far as we concerned it is necessary to warn that without careful analyzing of all circumstances and materials it’s impossible to say definitely who is guilty. It is quite possible that one and another side can give a number of weighty arguments in theirs favor. We hope that in this situation the justice will win, like it was incase with “Karaoke on the Maidan”.
Full text of the article, which was written by Andrii Nechyporenko, you can find on Telekrytyka.
If you want to know more details about “Karaoke on the Maidan” case, we offer to read Natalia Subota's article in “Jurydychnyi Zhurnal”.
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