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Internet Video Goes To the Movies

In recent years, much of the interest in online video has focused on its effects on mainstream or conventional television – the emergence of a "clip culture," where popular segments of television programs draw larger audiences on websites like YouTube than on conventional television. My weekly technology law column (Toronto Star version, homepage version) notes that the shift of conventional broadcast to the Internet is remarkable, but it misses important developments for longer form video.

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December 8, 2008 3 comments Columns

Internet Video Goes to the Movies

Appeared in the Toronto Star on December 8, 2008 as Full-Length Movies Going Online In recent years, much of the interest in online video has focused on its effects on mainstream or conventional television – the emergence of a "clip culture," where popular segments of television programs draw larger audiences […]

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December 8, 2008 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

Coverage of the Why Copyright Film

CBC, La Presse, and the National Post blog about Why Copyright? Canadian Voices on Copyright Law. Update: Roberto Rocha at the Montreal Gazette provides his take on the film.

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December 2, 2008 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

Why Copyright?: Canadian Voices on Copyright Law

One year ago today, I launched the Fair Copyright for Canada Facebook group.  The past twelve months have seen thousands of Canadians speak out on copyright reform with the issue capturing political and public attention as never before.   Today, I am delighted to post a Why Copyright? Canadian Voices on […]

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November 30, 2008 20 comments News

Why Copyright? Canadian Voices on Copyright Law – DVD

Why Copyright?: Canadian Voices on Copyright Law, DVD produced by Michael Geist and Daniel Albahary

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November 30, 2008 2 comments Video