31 GEN 2006

OECD: "The future digital economy. Digital content creation, distribution and access" (second day. Parallel panel sessions)

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Registrazione video di "OECD: "The future digital economy. Digital content creation, distribution and access" (second day. Parallel panel sessions)", registrato martedì 31 gennaio 2006 alle 00:00.

Sono stati discussi i seguenti argomenti: Mass Media.

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  • Richard Simpson, chairman

    Director General, Electronic Commerce, Industry Canada
    0:00 Durata: 9 min 14 sec
  • Content creation. Building the right environment for innovation

    Rome, 31 January 2006 - <p><strong>Business and policy solutions: Emerging issues and implications</strong>
    0:00 Durata: 1 ora 48 min
  • Rachel Dixon

    CEO Handshake Media / Australian Strategic Digital Content Industry Leaders Group
    0:09 Durata: 17 min 44 sec
  • Mark Esseboom

    Director, Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, DG for Energy and Telecom
    0:26 Durata: 14 min 16 sec
  • Andrea Camanzi

    Chairman, Business and Industry Advisory Committee to OECD (BIAC) ICCP Committee
    0:41 Durata: 16 min 36 sec
  • Marianne Rønnebæk

    Director and Deputy Permanent Secretary, Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation
    0:57 Durata: 11 min 23 sec
  • Yossi Vardi

    Chairman International Technologies / Member World Economic Forum ICT & Media Industry Community
    1:09 Durata: 26 min 59 sec
  • Discussion

    1:36 Durata: 12 min 3 sec
  • Hugo Parr, chairman

    Chair OECD Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy
    1:48 Durata: 3 min 21 sec
  • Policy Roundtable: Identifying priority issues, tools and policy challenges: Moving forward

    1:48 Durata: 1 ora 12 min
  • Masakazu Toyoda

    Director-General, Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
    1:51 Durata: 8 min 9 sec
  • Pasquale Pistorio

    Honorary President STMicroelectronics / Vice President Confindustria for Research & Innovation
    1:59 Durata: 8 min 24 sec
  • Marybeth Peters

    U.S. Register of Copyrights, United States Copyright Office
    2:08 Durata: 9 min 33 sec
  • Andrea Pontremoli

    CEO and Chairman, IBM Italy
    2:17 Durata: 8 min 16 sec
  • Fabio Colasanti

    Director-General, Information Society & Media, European Commission
    2:26 Durata: 7 min 47 sec
  • Aurelio De Laurentiis

    film producer, Filmauro
    2:33 Durata: 9 min 6 sec
  • Discussion

    2:43 Durata: 17 min 47 sec
  • Terry Fisher

    Professor andDirector, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University <br><strong>Conference conclusions: Rapporteurs</strong><p><em>Day 1 Rapporteur:</em>
    3:04 Durata: 9 min 8 sec
  • Luc Soete

    Professor and Joint Director, Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology and United Nations University Institute for New Technologies <br><em>Day 2 Rapporteur:</em>
    3:13 Durata: 9 min 20 sec
  • Donald J. Johnston

    Secretary-General, OECD <br><strong>Closing remarks</strong>
    3:23 Durata: 4 min 54 sec
  • Lucio Stanca

    Italian Minister for Innovation and Technologies<p><p>Radio Radicale is a private radio broadcast founded by the Radical Party, an Italian liberal group. Since 1977 it broadcasts and records all sessions of the Italian Parliament, the major judicial trials, the official events of all political parties, the more important rallies, debates, academic congresses and other social and cultural events of political significance. Radio Radicale tries to perform a public service function in the Italian media environment. It represents the first example of a private enterprise funded by the government to provide a public service. Creative Commons licences are a really important tool to help Radio Radicale fulfil its historical aim of effectively putting into practice the principle of publicity of democratic decision making, of promoting direct access to and knowledge of political events and contributing to the free flow of ideas. For further inquiries please contact Diego Galli (d.galli at radioradicale.it)<p><p>The files are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike License<p>In order to watch the media files RealPlayer software is required. Visit www.real.com to download it.
    3:27 Durata: 12 min 34 sec