Johanna Blakley

Media | Entertainment | Fashion

Press

The Economist: “Self-Improvement games: Jane McGonigal picks carrots,” July 18, 2011

BFM: The Business Radio Station: “TED Talks Ep 41: Lessons from fashion’s free culture,” July 11, 2011

The Atlantic: “Social Media and the End of Age, Race and Gender,” by Nicholas Jackson, December 14, 2010

Signature 9: “Get ‘Em While They Last: Fashion Knockoffs May Be a Thing of the Past,” by Nicole Hulley, December 2, 2010

NPR’s Planet Money: “Stealing Our Way To A T-Shirt,” by Alex Blumberg, October 26, 2010

El Mundo (Spain): “Johanna Blakely: ‘Todos los diseñadores de moda copian,’” by Leticia Blanco, October 31, 2010

Current TV’s Infomania: “Find the Perfect Sexy Costume: Modern Lady,” interview with Erin Gibson, October 28, 2010

MediaPost: The Obsolescence Of Copyright, by Kaila Colbin, June 15, 2010

Library of Economics and Liberty: Blakley on Fashion and Intellectual Property (AUDIO INTERVIEW), June 14, 2010

Being Geek Chic: Lady Geek of the Week: Johanna Blakley, June 7, 2010

Pouyan’s Interests: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, by Pouyah Ghasemi, June 6, 2010

Innovation in Interaction Design: Johanna Blakley: Fashion Industry’s No Copyright Policy, by Dustin Kirk, June 5, 2010

Smart Planet: Where ‘intellectual property’ concepts may be out of fashion, by Joe McKendrick, June 5, 2010

The Huffington Post: The Academy and Fashion – An Unlikely Pair Teaches Us About Innovation, by Krisztina Holly, June 4, 2010

Le Branché Magazine: Johanna Blakley: Lessons From Fashion’s Free Culture, by Rob Simas, June 3, 2010

100 Intérets: Johanna Blakley: Copyright in the Fashion Industry, June 3, 2010

L10NBRIDGE: Taking a Cue from Gucci!, by Nathalie Molina, June 1, 2010

Living in SIN: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 31, 2010

Minnesota Public Radio: When plagiarism inspires creativity, by Marianne Combs, May 28, 2010

FastForward Blog: E2.0 Power Term: Sharing, by Paula Thornton, May 28, 2010

Brad Chmielewski: Lessons from Fashion’s Free Culture, May 28, 2010

Mobkarma: Johanna Blakley on Learning from fashion’s free culture [TED Video], May 27, 2010

Mark Blevis: Johanna Blakley’s lesons from fashion’s free culture, by Mark Blevis, May 27, 2010

Constant State of Flux: Fantastic TED presentation, by Liam J. Hayter, May 27, 2010

Economix Blog (The New York Times): Does Fashion Need Copyright Protection?, by Catherine Rampell, May 27, 2010

MikeTee.net: Lessons From Fashion’s Free Culture, May 27, 2010

Learning from Everyone: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 27, 2010

BoingBoing: Why the absence of copyright is good for fashion, by Cory Doctorow, May 26, 2010

Fashion Law Blog: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, by Staci Riordan, May 26, 2010

The Fashion Guru: Johanna Blakley – Copywriting Fashion, by McCaulay and Maestro, May 26, 2010

Unwesen: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 26, 2010

Silly Little Country: Copyright and Fashion, by Alan Adamson, May 26, 2010

Amazing Women Rock: Johanna Blakley on Mass Media & Entertainment, May 26, 2010

Slashdot: The Fashion Industry As a Model for IP Reform, by KDawson, May 26, 2010

Selectism: TED “Johanna Blakley: Lessons from Fashion’s Free Culture,” May 25, 2010

TED Blog: Lessons from fashion’s free culture: Johanna Blakley on TED.com, May 25, 2010

TED.com: Johanna Blakley: Lessons from fashion’s free culture, May 25, 2010

Los Angeles Times: Quakes in Chile and Haiti raise concerns about Southland preparedness, by Cara Mia DiMassa, March 4, 2010

O.C. Register: Big earthquake drill had limited impact, by Gary Robbins, February 23, 2010

Los Angeles Magazine: Armchair Access, by Gina Piccalo, January 2010

PR Week: Comcast faces spotlight after NBC deal, by Kimberly Maul, Dec. 4, 2009

Politico Op-Ed: Can Oprah Winfrey and Sarah Palin save each other? By Johanna Blakley, November 16, 2009

Christian Science Monitor: With ratings fall, Jay Leno show is ‘everybody’s favorite pinata’ by Gloria Goodale, Nov. 5, 2009

Ascribe Newswire: Participants in Largest U.S. Earthquake Drill Say They’d Do It Every Year; California Residents Who Took Part in Earthquake Drama Benefited Most; But Survey By USC’s Norman Lear Center Reveals Lingering Confusion and a Lack Of Preparedness, Sept. 17, 2009

The Vancouver Sun: Anti-war Israeli film, Waltz with Bashir, a frontrunner for Best Foreign Language Film by Alex Dobuzinskis, Reuters, February 20, 2009

International Business Times: TV Trends: Lie-Detecting Heroes, January 16, 2009

Reuters: TV’s timely new superheroes detect lies, deceit by Jill Serjeant, January 15, 2009

Cnet News: Will tomorrow’s world still need designers? by Tim Leberecht, August 24, 2008

San Diego Tribune: “Sex and the City’ film’s release has female fans abuzz,” by Jennifer Davies, May 29, 2008

The New York Times Magazine article: “16 Ways of Looking at a Female Voter,” by Linda Hirshman, February 3, 2008

OCRegister blog article: “Classical music the most popular,” November 27, 2007

Associated Press article: “Can Oprah’s Blessing Boost Obama?” by Jocelyn Noveck, November 27, 2007

A Crank’s Progress blog article: “it’s everywhere,” November 25, 2007

Deadline L.A. Radio interview, KPFK:“Zogby/Lear Center poll on entertainment and politics,” Barbara Osborn and Howard Blume interview Johanna Blakley and Fritz Wenzel, November 24, 2007

Observer-Reporter.com article:

“Turn on ‘House’ to brings liberals, conservatives together,” November 23, 2007

Alex Ross: The Rest is Noise article: “Poll: Classical more popular than rock,” by Alex Ross, November 25, 2007

XM Satellite Radio interview, POTUS 08: “Zogby/Lear Center poll on entertainment and politics,” Fritz Wenzel interviews Johanna Blakley on Zogby’s Real America, November 19, 2007

The Wichita Eagle, Kansas.com article: Everyone has a tint of blue, red in him,” by Brent Castillo, November 15, 2007

FutureMajority.com blog article: “Progressive Culture and the Creative Culture,” by Mike Connery, November 15, 2007

PCWorld article: “Poll: Liberal Play More Games than Conservatives,” by Matt Peckham, November 14, 2007

Campus Progress article: “You Know You’re A Liberal If,” November 14, 2007

KPCC Airtalk with Larry Mantle interview: “National Survey On Politics And Entertainment,” November 14, 2007
CBS News Public Eye blog article: “Red, Blue and Purple In The Aisles,” November 14, 2007


From 50,000 Feet article:
“Red, Purple and Blue TV,” November 14, 2007

Social Media article: “Liberals, conservatives like different entertainment,” November 14, 2007

The “Bush” Whacked League blog entry: “Color me not surprised,” November 14, 2007

Campus Progress article: “You Know You’re A Liberal If…,” Novermber 14, 2007

G4TV.com article: “Red Vs. Blue Vs. Purple?,” Novermber 13, 2007

Infendo article: “Liberal, conservative — we all love Mario,” November 13, 2007

GameSpot article: “Poll: Liberals game more than conservatives,” Novermber 13, 2007

Kotaku.com article: “Conservatives Avoid Gaming, But Everyone Loves Mario,” by Mark Wilson, November 13, 2007

Wired article: “How Your Political Leanings Influence the Games You Play,” by Susan Arendt, November 13, 2007

Think Progress article:
“POLL: Liberals More Open To Opinions That ‘Reflect Values Other Than Their Own’,” November 13, 2007

War Room article: “Divided we stand,” by Tim Grieve, November 13, 2007

Nikki Finke’s Deadline Hollywood Daily article:
“Showbiz Tastes of Reds, Blues, Purples,” by Nikki FInke, Novermber 13, 2007

Corpus Callosum article:
“What Conservatives Like,” by Jospeh j7uy5, November 13, 2007

LA Observed article:
“Red, blue and purple America,” by Kevin Roderick, Novermber 13, 2007

DownWithTyranny blog article:
“Right Wingers Mostly Hate Music. Surprised?” November 12, 2007

Next Generation article: “Mario Spans Political Schism,” by Samantha Mason, November 13, 2007

Politico article: “When television and politics collide,” by Jeffrey Ressner, Novermber 12, 2007

Newsmax.com article:
“Zogby: the Truth about Reds and Blues,” November 12, 2007

Open Left article: “It’s The Culture, Stupid,” by Chris Bowers, November 12, 2007

Wilshire and Washington article: “Divided We Stand,” by Ted Johnson, November 11, 2007

Politco article: “When Political Candidates Shoot into Superstars,” by Helena Andrews, March 6, 2007

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