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temporal_anomaly [2018/04/24 14:26]
Carlos Pedraza [Concerns] updates with music copyrights
temporal_anomaly [2018/04/24 14:31] (current)
Carlos Pedraza [CBS Moves Against New Fan Film Over Guidelines]
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-<wrap lo><​wrap em>​UPDATE</​wrap>​ Cockings announced ​April 24 he had reached an accommodation with CBS that would allow him to release the now-renamed //Temporal Anomaly: A Star Trek Fan Film// in three parts later in 2018. In a post on the film's [[face>​TemporalAnomalyStarTrekFanFilm/​posts/​1022564681229175|Facebook page]], he stated:</​wrap>​+<wrap lo><​wrap em>​UPDATE</​wrap> ​**APRIL 24** Cockings announced he had reached an accommodation with CBS that would allow him to release the now-renamed //Temporal Anomaly: A Star Trek Fan Film// in three parts later in 2018. In a post on the film's [[face>​TemporalAnomalyStarTrekFanFilm/​posts/​1022564681229175|Facebook page]], he stated:</​wrap>​
  
 > <wrap lo>Per my discussions with CBS, //Temporal Anomaly// will be released later this year to the public in three parts with a new soundtrack and without the first/last scenes. … Other parts of the production that I won’t go into now have been given a guideline exemption by CBS just as //Star Trek Continues// and others have in different ways. The changes I am making are based on my discussion with CBS to allow the production to be released in a form acceptable to both parties.(([[face>​TemporalAnomalyStarTrekFanFilm/​posts/​1022564681229175|Temporal Anomaly Facebook page]], Samuel Cockings, 4/24/18. Quotation slightly edited for clarity.))</​wrap>​ > <wrap lo>Per my discussions with CBS, //Temporal Anomaly// will be released later this year to the public in three parts with a new soundtrack and without the first/last scenes. … Other parts of the production that I won’t go into now have been given a guideline exemption by CBS just as //Star Trek Continues// and others have in different ways. The changes I am making are based on my discussion with CBS to allow the production to be released in a form acceptable to both parties.(([[face>​TemporalAnomalyStarTrekFanFilm/​posts/​1022564681229175|Temporal Anomaly Facebook page]], Samuel Cockings, 4/24/18. Quotation slightly edited for clarity.))</​wrap>​