Time Magazine has named "you" – the rise of citizen journalism, blogging, and user-generated content – as its person of the year. I'm not sure about the person part, but it certainly was among the most noteworthy developments. As I was preparing my A to Z year-end piece (out tomorrow), […]
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The European Commission has released an online film charter to coincide with the Cannes Film Festival. The Charter makes for an interesting read as it includes supportive comments for P2P distribution and non-commercial initiatives such as the BBC Creative Archive.
My weekly Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, freely available version) reflects on the current debate on the future of the CBC and public broadcasting in Canada. I argue that missing from much of the dialogue has been the recognition that technology and the Internet may provide the CBC with […]
This is shaping up to be a big week for Canadian content issues. On Thursday the CRTC will issue its satellite radio decision which is likely to feature discussion on how Canadian content requirements can or will be ported from traditional radio to satellite radio. Meanwhile, the Canadian Press is […]
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