April 1, 2006

Symposium: The Economics of Open Content

Posted in event summaries at 11:59 pm by cuenv-main

Intelligent Television held a symposium on The Economics of Open Content at MIT in January, and they have now posted all the audio online for free in MP3 format. The titles sound fascinating:

  • Collaboration and the Marketplace
  • New Models of Creative Production in the Digital Age
  • Keynote Address: Openness as an Ethos
  • The Wealth of Networks
  • The Economics of Knowledge as a Public Good
  • The Economics of Open Courseware
  • The Economics of Open Text
  • Convergence Culture: Consumer Participation and the Economics of Mass Media
  • The Economics of the Music Industry
  • If Only We Knew Yesterday What We Know Today
  • The Economics of Open Archives, Museums, and Libraries I
  • The Economics of Open Archives, Museums, and Libraries II
  • The Economics of the Public Domain
  • The Economics of Film and Television I
  • The Economics of Film and Television II
  • The New Economics of Gaming
  • Everything is Miscellaneous
  • Business Interests in Open Content
  • Next Steps: Cooperation Across Institutions and Industries
  • If you listen to any of them and find it particularly noteworthy, shoot me an email and I’ll post your summary/comments.

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