Open Video Workshop by and with Elizabeth Stark

Open Video Workshop by and with Elizabeth Stark

Date: 
04.02.2011 17:00
Festival edition: 
2011
Format: 
Workshop
Location: 
HKW
Foyer
Photo of Eclectic Method playing at the Open Video Conference_ccLearn
Photo of Eclectic Method playing at the Open Video Conference_ccLearn

This workshop with Elizabeth Stark, co-founder of the Open Video Alliance, will address the current state of video in different fields, and will explain the reasons why video can't currently be copied and pasted like text or images. Scenarios for the future of video will be discussed and charted out, as the focus turns to tangible solutions addressing the most pressing issues that face a global open video environment.


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Elizabeth Stark, co-founder of the Open Video Alliance, leads this workshop to collaboratively explore the future of video via the following themes: (1) remix culture and participation, (2) open standards, free software, and new technologies, (3) copyright and the commons, (4) net neutrality, and (5) free speech.

The workshop will address the current state of video in each of these fields, and will explain the reasons why video can't currently be copied and pasted like text or images. Scenarios for the future of video will be discussed and charted out, as the focus turns to tangible solutions addressing the most pressing issues that face a global open video environment.

 

Open Video is the movement to promote free expression and innovation in online video.

The Open Video Alliance is a coalition of organisations and individuals committed to advance the Open Video movement, they believe the power of moving image should belong to everyone and they strive for more diversity, decentralisation, interoperability, competition and accessibility in the use of video online.

 

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