Monthly Archives June 2010

Danish summary of the ‘ASCAP targeting Creative Commons’ issue // #ascap #creativecommons

Just did a Danish summary of the ASCAP vs. Creative Commons issue - on the CC Denmark blog. Just did a Danish summary of the ASCAP vs. Creative Commons issue - on the CC Denmark blog. Read More…

Interview in DR P4 radio #dr #platform4dk

This morning I was just interviewed for DR P4 radio regarding our upcoming Sail-In Cinema event in Østre Havn by Platform4. The recording clip should supposedly be running all day in the news loop segment. Listen to their stream here. This morning I was just interviewed for DR P4 radio regarding our upcoming Sail-In Cinema […] Read More…

Interview for zorze.dk #creativecommons

Copyright issues are becoming increasingly popular as master thesis topics, so I occasionally get asked for interviews in this regard, as the public project lead for CC Denmark, but also as label head of my small label, Urlyd Audiovisual Recordings. Recently, I was interviewed by a scholarly group from Roskilde Universitetscenter, who published their entire […] Read More…

Interview in DR P1 national radio #dr #creativecommons

Open licensing and copyright liberalization is catching more and more public interest these days. This naturally thrills me - since focus towards openness and fairness on the web is both one of my own personal favorite causes - but also of course one of the main objectives of Creative Commons. Leading up to the screening […] Read More…

Talking tomorrow about CC at LYNfabrikken in Aarhus #creativecommons

I'll be giving a presentation at a nice initiative tomorrow in Aarhus. As a sort of sequel to the event in Aalborg back in May, Filmfestival Aarhus has now arranged for yet another screening of RIP: A Remix Manifesto, this time at LYNfabrikken in Aarhus. Like last time, I will be giving a brief presentation […] Read More…

The ‘Some Rights Reserved For Nordic Artists’ project #creativecommons #freeculture

I was recently invited to take part in a very interesting project titled 'Some Rights Reserved For Nordic Artists' (herein dubbed SRRNA). The project involves the Creative Commons (CC) project leads from all the Scandinavian countries and aims to bring knowledge about CC to nordic artists. In practice, it will run over the next year […] Read More…