WGBH Forum Network; Economics of the Public Domain, The; The Economics of Film and Television I
The Economics of the Public Domain The Economics of Film and Television I David Pierce, Copyright Services Peter B. Kaufman, Intelligent Television Frank Moretti, Columbia University John Frankfurt, Columbia University Jay Fialkov, WGBH Educational Foundation David Pierce, President of Copyright Services and a consultant to the Library of Congress and the UCLA Film & Television Archive, discusses the economics of the public domain in a spellbinding lecture. The new economics of film and television are reviewed by Peter B. Kaufman, President of Intelligent Television, Professors Frank Moretti and John Frankfurt of the Columbia University Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, and Jay Fialkov, Deputy General Counsel of WGBH all with a heavy emphasis on nonfiction/documentary programming, university use of video, and public broadcasting.
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THE ECONOMICS OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN THE ECONOMICS OF FILM AND TELEVISION I
DAVID PIERCE, COPYRIGHT SERVICES PETER B. KAUFMAN, INTELLIGENT TELEVISION FRANK MORETTI, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY JOHN FRANKFURT, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY JAY FIALKOV, WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
DAVID PIERCE, PRESIDENT OF COPYRIGHT SERVICES AND A CONSULTANT TO THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AND THE UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE, DISCUSSES THE ECONOMICS OF THE PUBLIC DOMAIN IN A SPELLBINDING LECTURE. THE NEW ECONOMICS OF FILM AND TELEVISION ARE REVIEWED BY PETER B. KAUFMAN, PRESIDENT OF INTELLIGENT TELEVISION, PROFESSORS FRANK MORETTI AND JOHN FRANKFURT OF THE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR NEW MEDIA TEACHING AND LEARNING, AND JAY FIALKOV, DEPUTY GENERAL COUNSEL OF WGBH ALL WITH A HEAVY EMPHASIS ON NONFICTION/DOCUMENTARY PROGRAMMING, UNIVERSITY USE OF VIDEO, AND PUBLIC BROADCASTING.
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