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Always Further - The British Library opens its doors to Google: two centuries of documents will be soon online

... including books, journals, manuscripts, maps, stamps, music, patents, photographs, newspapers and sound recordings in all written and ...

DEBATES - Referencing, prescription of cultural contents - Orange, aggregator of cultural contents on the Internet by David Lacombled, Director of content strategy, Orange

... example launching a channel package of classical music  on Orange television, or political treatment of the ...

Always Further - Intellectual Property and Growth: new approach of the copyright in UK

... run by rights holders representing sectors including the music, video game and film industries and act as a swift one-stop shop for ...

Always Further - Growth through culture and creation

... design, digital technologies, art professions, cinema, music, video games. All cultural industries are full of promising ...

DEBATES 2011 - Intellectual property - Artists' voice: technological innovations and art evolution

... It is the same regarding the sound, whether dialogue or music, with exceptional quality. Finally, more and more films are shown in ...

Debates 2011

... geolocation, the emergence of groups specialized in video, music… The points of view   Find in the newsletters of ...

DEBATES 2011 - Intellectual property - Intellectual property, a recent concept by Olivier Bomsel

... and talents. Thus, Universal Music France has broken the contract of Johnny Halliday , ...

DEBATES 2011 - Intellectual property - Tendencies and stakes of copyright by Lorena Boix Alonso

... and attractive consumer experiences. Finally, each sector (music, books, audiovisual) has different characteristics and therefore ...