What are your concerns and suggestions in the area of legal issues around Open Content?

Our message to all content owners, including all the rights owners in our programs, is uncompromising. We’re saying that the greatest danger today to their property is not piracy. It’s obscurity. It’s being locked up.

(Paul Gerhardt, BBC)

The conference looked closely at the legal obstacles for public broadcasting in an Open Content environment and offered a series of suggestions on how we can move past them. What areas do you think are most promising and least problematic for changes? Are there particular content areas – such as children’s programming or investigative journalism – that will need special protection for public broadcasting? Who else is working on these issues, and can we make common cause with them?


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