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The demand for family-friendly entertainment is nothing new. While some Hollywood directors and producers have answered calls in recent years with projects that attempt to court faith and family audiences, the output is still relatively small.
That’s why the 2015 launch of VidAngel — a service that enables families to filter out objectionable content from feature films and TV shows — has attracted so much attention.
But in addition to gaining accolades, the concept has also yielded a high-profile legal challenge that copyright experts are sure to watch closely in the coming months.