Repurposing and Rights: A Non-Profit Summit
A Report by Patricia Aufderheide
The Center hosted on May 22 at American University a convening, "Repurposing and Rights: A Non-Profit Summit," composed of public broadcasters, librarians, archivists, scholars, lawyers and new media experts.
The group discussed the problems of repurposing audio-visual material in a digital era. The topics included user interfaces, third-party rights problems, changing contract terms and the challenges and opportunities of DRM. A full research and policy agenda emerged from the group's deliberations. Read the rapporteur's report, with recommendations, here.
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