The Beyond Broadcast Conference held in 2006 attracted more than 300 participants, from public policy makers, public broadcasters, academics, and media businesses – all concerned about one thing: the participatory culture and spaces of the Internet. In the narrator’s own words: The days of a small number of professionals making content available for a vast audience are over.
Obviously, there is much to ponder about, not just for cultural institutions (old and new), but also for anyone working in the information industry. I’d recommend the following video, which captures highlights of the 2006 conference. The 2007 conference has ended a couple of months ago.
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