The trial court correctly denied defendant’s Anti-SLAPP motion in this suit over alleged misappropriation of ideas for a proposed TV show.  To warrant protection under CCP 425.16(e)(4), the conduct out of which the suit arises must not only be in furtherance of the exercise of free speech but also concern a matter of public interest.  Here, acts done in creating a TV show met the first of those requirements, but the alleged misappropriation of plot elements were not closely enough related to any issue of public interest to qualify for protection under the Anti-SLAPP statute.