The FAA launched a new website (Know Before You Fly) and video for the 2014 holiday season to help educate the new wave of unmanned aircraft users that will be purchasing a quadcopter for Christmas. It is worth a look through.
This is a really excited promo from DJI that highlights how the UCLA football team has been using the Phantom 2 Vision + to film their practices.
"The FAA wants to require that all operators of commercial drones be certified to fly manned aircraft in addition to tiny drones. - See more at: http://www.studiodaily.com/2014/12/faa-may-require-full-pilots-license-drone-flight/"
It seems to me that the quadcopter community needs to work with the FAA to develop a specific pilots license for our specific devices (small, unmanned aerial vehicles design to video/photograph from the sky). Does anyone know of an effort out there to do this?