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#cc10 Featured Content: Global Lives Project - Creative Commons

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Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators. David Evan Harris / Joel Young / CC BY-SA Video artist and activist David Evan Harris sees sharing as a key ...
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Since our founding in 2004, the Global Lives Project has been a big supporter and believer in open-source content. We have created and shared 240 hours of footage with the world under Creative Commons Licensing. We were honored to be highlighted by Creative Commons on their website and at their 10 year anniversary party for our contribution to the open-source community. 

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Participant Media Acquires Documentary Channel And Halogen TV, Will Combine Services To Launch Network For Millennials

Participant Media Acquires Documentary Channel And Halogen TV, Will Combine Services To Launch Network For Millennials | Global Lives Global Empathy | Scoop.it
Film producer Participant Media is further expanding its TV footprint by launching of its own TV network. Participant has purchased the Documentary Channe

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The makers of "An Inconvenient Truth" and other socially relevant entertainment are launching a TV Station. 

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#cc10 Featured Content: Global Lives Project - Creative Commons

#cc10 Featured Content: Global Lives Project - Creative Commons | Global Lives Global Empathy | Scoop.it
Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators. David Evan Harris / Joel Young / CC BY-SA Video artist and activist David Evan Harris sees sharing as a key ...
Global Lives Project's insight:

Since our founding in 2004, the Global Lives Project has been a big supporter and believer in open-source content. We have created and shared 240 hours of footage with the world under Creative Commons Licensing. We were honored to be highlighted by Creative Commons on their website and at their 10 year anniversary party for our contribution to the open-source community. 

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