TheKnowledge – Digital Strategy in Culture by Art of Digital London has a really clear guide on open source – check it out! Thanks @aodl.
Marc Sands, Director of Audiences & Media, Tate gave this interview to Hannah Rudman at Digital 2012, the national conference for Scotland’s digital and creative industries organised by AmbITion Scotland and Interactive Scotland. Marc gives his insights into digital content developments over the next 2 years, and where the opportunities are for monetising content and […]
Marc Sands, Director of Audiences & Media, Tate gave this keynote at Digital 2012, the national conference for Scotland’s digital and creative industries. This video has been brought to you by Interactive Scotland and AmbITion Scotland, the people behind Digital 2012, in partnership with Scottish Development International
Monetising Content was the theme of Scotland’s national conference for the digital and interactive industries, Digital 2012. Organised by Interactive Scotland and AmbITion Scotland, Hannah Rudman gives an overview of why the conference is addressing the theme, and introduces the main subject and discussion areas of collaboration, convergence, content experience, and collection of data.
Monetising Content was the theme of Scotland’s national conference for the digital and creative industries, Digital 2012. Held at SECC 29th & 30th March 2012, organised by Interactive Scotland and AmbITion Scotland, the conference brought together almost 500 of the creative and digital industries’ professionals from throughout Scotland. The content highlighted here is specifically of […]
(Thanks to @rachelcoldicutt for giving us permission to re-publish this article, which originally appeared as an inspiration essay for Arts Council England & BBC’s launch of The Space – an experimental digital arts media service and commissioning programme that could help to transform the way people connect with, and experience, arts and culture). Making things […]
Beefing up some research on Socialnetwork selling Groupon/Livingsocial etc but not many examples of cultural stuff in UK. A good number from US that look positive. Anyone out there given it a whirl and cares to show and tell? We can share the results from the info already collected.