Finally, here's the video of my speech at the RSA. The lighting did not work out so well so it's not the best quality, but still, I think you'll like it. Please visit my GerdTube.net site for more videos (this URL is just a door to my Blip.tv channel), or subscribe to my videos via iTunes (great for offline / iPod viewing). And… please retweet!!
This is a video of my speech I held at
the RSA as part of an event on April 8 2009, entitled "New Media
Futures: what next for content and creativity" Topics: The internet is
radically disrupting most of the traditional content distribution and
selling models, starting with music and games, followed by TV, film,
books and print publishing. Once everyone is always-on, mobile and
hyper-connected, and everything is available everywhere, how will
content be created, distributed, marketed, consumed, and paid for? Who
will do what, for whom, and how will the traditional players such as
broadcasters, record labels, publishers and distributors adapt? If new
players, starting with telecoms, device makers, advertisers and brands,
indeed move into the content business, what will be their challenges
and opportunities? Given the challenging financial climate, how do we
reconcile the need to reward enterprise and secure sustainable revenue
streams, with the expectations and demands of the “freeconomics”
generation? What kind of legal, regulatory and cultural framework do we
need to ensure that this new eco-system of creators, consumers and
intermediaries generates more benefits for all involved?
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