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EBU transmedia story telling


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Simon Staffans's curator insight, January 30, 2013 2:17 AM

Alison Norrington talking transmedia at the EBU.

Jeni Mawter's curator insight, January 30, 2013 4:25 AM

Alison Norrington shares her wisdom on transmedia and storytelling.

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You can’t make people happy by law. Terry Pratchett
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Spinning in the Last Chance Saloon: Why the “Son of PCC” regulator fails all the tests, Part 2 - Evan Harris

Spinning in the Last Chance Saloon: Why the “Son of PCC” regulator fails all the tests, Part 2 - Evan Harris | Media Law | Scoop.it
In Part One we looked at the rhetoric of the press release issued by newspaper proprietors. Here is an analysis of their claims to have implemented Leveson in their scheme. Again those people who s...
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Reminder - Political Broadcasting Rules Apply Even to State and Local Elections | Broadcast Law Blog

Reminder - Political Broadcasting Rules Apply Even to State and Local Elections | Broadcast Law Blog | Media Law | Scoop.it
In odd numbered years like 2015, most broadcast stations don’t think about the FCC’s political broadcasting rules. But they should – and we have been recei
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Should public bodies be allowed to sue in defamation? Part 3 - Critique of English Position: Raymond Youngs

Should public bodies be allowed to sue in defamation? Part 3 - Critique of English Position: Raymond Youngs | Media Law | Scoop.it
The major problem about the denial in English law of a claim in defamation to public bodies in the absence of proof of actual financial loss is that the purpose of it is unclear.  The following gro...
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How open data and data governance could change democracy in France and abroad

How open data and data governance could change democracy in France and abroad | Media Law | Scoop.it
Last September, the French government appointed Henri Verdier as its first “Chief Data Officer”.
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Thus bad begins and worse remains behind: Google News closes to Spanish media

Thus bad begins and worse remains behind: Google News closes to Spanish media | Media Law | Scoop.it
IE University (Segovia, Spain)
On December 16, search engine giant Google started excluding stories from Spanish news media on its Google News service.
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Spring 2015: Forthcoming Media and Law Hearings and Judgments [updated]

Spring 2015: Forthcoming Media and Law Hearings and Judgments [updated] | Media Law | Scoop.it
The new legal term – Hilary Term - started yesterday and will end on 1 April 2015.  With the invaluable assistance of Mr Benjamin Pell we have prepared a list of the upcoming defamation and privacy...
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Devolving media regulation: The Smith Commission proposals

Devolving media regulation: The Smith Commission proposals | Media Law | Scoop.it
Telecommunications researcher Ewan Sutherland argues that the Smith Commission’s proposed devolution solutions for media regulation are messy proposals that create redundant unaccountable positions and ignore important regulatory bodies.  The Smith...
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Grand jury secrecy comes at a cost | Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

Grand jury secrecy comes at a cost | Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press | Media Law | Scoop.it
RT @rcfp: Grand jury #secrecy comes at a cost: @rcfp looks a lawsuits making the case for greater public access. http://t.co/J4XxSpzdHS #op…
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The Plurality Dialogue: what have we learned, and where next?

The Plurality Dialogue: what have we learned, and where next? | Media Law | Scoop.it
To conclude our Plurality Dialogue series, LSE Media Policy Project director Damian Tambini addresses the most crucial questions that policymakers should be considering with regards to the role that digital intermediaries play in the democratic...
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Warrant required for cell phone searches

Warrant required for cell phone searches | Media Law | Scoop.it
By Robert J. Morgan
A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision provides “a very clear and straightforward message” to law enforcement: You must obtain a warrant to search the contents of any cell phone.
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Paris' lawsuit against Fox News an empty threat - CNNMoney

Paris' lawsuit against Fox News an empty threat - CNNMoney | Media Law | Scoop.it
Experts on both sides of the Atlantic say that Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo's threat to take Fox News to court is largely empty.
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After ISIS Twitter threat, military families rethink online lives - CNN.com

After ISIS Twitter threat, military families rethink online lives - CNN.com | Media Law | Scoop.it
After a Twitter hacker claiming to be ISIS threatened soldiers, some military family members tell CNN they're changing their real and online behavior.
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Media mergers under scrutiny in Ireland

Media mergers under scrutiny in Ireland | Media Law | Scoop.it
In December 2014, Ireland's Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources published draft guidelines on media mergers and invited comments until 22 January. Stephen Dunne, journalist a...
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Spinning in the Last Chance Saloon: Why the “Son of PCC” regulator fails all the tests, Part 1 - Evan Harris

Spinning in the Last Chance Saloon: Why the “Son of PCC” regulator fails all the tests, Part 1 - Evan Harris | Media Law | Scoop.it
On 8 July 2013, sections of the press industry announced in a press release their plans to  set up a self-regulator that is designed not to meet the standards required by the Leveson Report or by t...
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Media Plurality Dialogue: what have we learned, and where next? - Damian Tambini

Media Plurality Dialogue: what have we learned, and where next? - Damian Tambini | Media Law | Scoop.it
How might Facebook, Google and other intermediaries influence the outcome of the 2015 UK election? Are they displacing newspapers and TV as kingmakers? As Robin Foster noted, and data from the Oxfo...
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Ending 2014 in Media Policy: Out of one election into another

Ending 2014 in Media Policy: Out of one election into another | Media Law | Scoop.it
Signing off the LSE Media Policy Blog for the holidays, LSE Fellow Sally Broughton Micova, who has been acting LSE MPP Director for the last three months, takes a quick look at where things stand on some of the big issues we have been following as...
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A Guide to Music Performance Royalties, Part 2 (pre-1995)

A Guide to Music Performance Royalties, Part 2 (pre-1995) | Media Law | Scoop.it
[Editor Charlie sez:  This continues from Part 1] We saw in Part 1 that a sound recording is comprised of two separate and distinct copyrights: The copyright in the song (“©”) and the copyright in the recording of the song (“℗”).   We also saw that...
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Danish Court issues website blocking ruling concerning the illegal distribution of replica products | Kluwer Copyright Blog

Danish Court issues website blocking ruling concerning the illegal distribution of replica products | Kluwer Copyright Blog | Media Law | Scoop.it
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EU Art. 29 Working Party Opinion on the Internet of Things | JD Supra

The EU Article 29 Working Party (WP29) has issued an Opinion on ‘Recent Developments on the Internet of Things’ (Opinion). The Opinion stresses the privacy and security challenges...
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Russia media law will hit foreign broadcasters | Advanced Television

RT @LOFTLONDON: Russia media law will hit foreign broadcasters http://t.co/gL9gucjsiu
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Think You Own What You Buy on the Internet - Politico

Think You Own What You Buy on the Internet - Politico | Media Law | Scoop.it
We are surrounded by “Buy Now” buttons — small clickable icons on the Internet that prompt us to “buy” this song or that, this book or that. But what most of us don’t know is that we are no more buying those products than we are buying library books.
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A Guide to Music Performance Royalties, Part 1

A Guide to Music Performance Royalties, Part 1 | Media Law | Scoop.it
Let’s start at the beginning.  Broadly speaking, each recording of a song contains two copyrights: the copyright in the “musical work” or what is commonly called the “song” and the copyright in the recording of the song, commonly called the “track”...
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Latvia: Authorship as a legal fact, District Court of Zemgale, Riga, C31338513, 30 October 2014

Latvia: Authorship as a legal fact, District Court of Zemgale, Riga, C31338513, 30 October 2014 | Media Law | Scoop.it
Albert Ludwig University, Freiburg, for Kluwer Copyright Cases The Court rejected B’s application to establish his authorship of a film as a legal fact.  Under Copyright Law no registration or other formalities are required to enjoy copyright...
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France: Do members of collecting societies retain the right to sue?

France: Do members of collecting societies retain the right to sue? | Media Law | Scoop.it
YS Avocats Article L.321-1 paragraph 2 of the French Intellectual Property Code (‘IPC’) provides that collecting societies are entitled to take legal action to defend the rights for which they are responsible under their articles of association...
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Paris mayor threatens to sue Fox for insulting Paris and injuring its honor (with ‘no-go zones’)

Paris mayor threatens to sue Fox for insulting Paris and injuring its honor (with ‘no-go zones’) | Media Law | Scoop.it
Yeah, that will really improve France's reputation in the U.S.
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