30 GEN 2006

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

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Registrazione video di "OECD: "The future digital economy. Digital content creation, distribution and access" (first day. New developments: Parallel panel sessions B)", registrato lunedì 30 gennaio 2006 alle 00:00.

Tra gli argomenti discussi: Mass Media.

La registrazione video ha una durata di 6 ore e 17 minuti.

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  • Urs Gasser, chairman

    Professor and Director, Research Center for Information Law, University St. Gallen
    0:00 Durata: 4 min 31 sec
  • New user habits and social attitudes

    Rome, 30 January 2006 -
    0:00 Durata: 1 ora 30 min
  • David Day

    Managing Director, EMEA Nielsen//NetRatings
    0:04 Durata: 9 min 11 sec
  • John B. Horrigan

    Associate Director, Pew Internet & American Life Project
    0:13 Durata: 12 min 35 sec
  • Questions & Answers

    0:26 Durata: 10 min 29 sec
  • David Sifry

    President, Technorati
    0:36 Durata: 7 min 5 sec
  • Frieda Brioschi

    President, Wikipedia and Wikimedia Italia
    0:43 Durata: 8 min 1 sec
  • Jens Uwe Intat

    Vice President and General Manager Europe, Electronic Arts
    0:51 Durata: 11 min 35 sec
  • Questions & Answers

    1:03 Durata: 26 min 35 sec
  • Juan Carlos De Martin, chairman

    Professor, University Politecnico di Torino
    1:30 Durata: 1 min 32 sec
  • Enhanced access to research and public sector information. A new growth driver?

    1:30 Durata: 1 ora 38 min
  • Herbert Burkert

    Professor, University of St. Gallen / Fraunhofer Institut for Media Communications
    1:32 Durata: 10 min 25 sec
  • Questions

    1:42 Durata: 8 min 25 sec
  • Luis Rodriguez Moreno

    Executive Director, Cervantes Virtual Project
    1:50 Durata: 10 min 13 sec
  • Questions & Answers

    2:01 Durata: 6 min 54 sec
  • Juan Carlos De Martin

    2:08 Durata: 2 min 24 sec
  • Charles Oppenheim

    Professor, Loughborough University
    2:10 Durata: 10 min 59 sec
  • David C. Prosser

    Director, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition Europe
    2:21 Durata: 11 min 46 sec
  • Sally Morris

    Chief Executive, Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers
    2:33 Durata: 16 min
  • Questions & Answers

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    2:49 Durata: 19 min 51 sec