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Peer production of content in the creative industries.

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    • Peer production of content in the creative industries
      Lisa van Winden
      Tamara Bakker
      ArtieGajapersad
      Linda van der Meer
      Manou Lourens
    • PresentationOutline
      Explaining the concept of ´peer production of content´
      Cultural industries in relation to peer production of content
      Effects of peer production of content
      Peer production applied to glossy magazines
      Conclusion
      Information sources
    • Explaining the concept of ´peer production of content´
      A model in which all people can invest
      Creating a new business or institution
      Benkler:
      Free/Open-Source Software
      Peer Production of Information, Knowledge, and Culture Generally
    • Explaining the concept of ´peer production of content´
      Free/Open-Source Software:
      Products open to everyone
      Collecting products and displaying in different ways
      YouTube
    • Explaining the concept of ´peer production of content´
      Peer Production of Information, Knowledge, and Culture Generally:
      Different types of products
      Spreading information and knowledge: Wikipedia
      Cultural products
      Products open to everyone
      Free acces
    • Cultural industries in relation to peer production of content
      Different industries with different types of peer production
      Audience as consumer as well as producer: YouTube
      Advertising industry
      Printed media
    • Effects of peer production of content
      Discussion about the effects of free downloading
      Products for free
      Sale of musical products will fall
    • Effects of peer production of content
      Benkler:
      ´It certainly should not be that these volunteers will beat the largest and best-financed business enterprises in the world at their own game.´
    • Effects of peer production of content
      Fall of the quality
      No control over the products
      Who can tell if products are good enough?
    • Effects of peer production of content
      Organizations notice a fall in selling music
      Rating of music will drop
      Problemswithkeeping customers
    • Effects of peer production of content
      Artists have lessincome
      Salesfiguresdrop
      Music buisinessdecreases
    • Peer production applied to glossy magazines
      Online blog sites VS. Printed glossy magazines
      www.fashionising.com
      Advantages of blogs:
      Easy to update
      Updating as often as you want
      Easy to get acces to
    • Peer production applied to glossy magazines
      YouTube
      Advantage of movies:
      Not only by images and texts
    • Peer production applied to glossy magazines
      Online blog sites VS. Printed glossy magazines:
      Blogs will not replace glossy magazines
      Showing the newest trends
      Blogs fulfill other functions
    • Conclusion
    • Informationsources
      Benkler, Y. 2006. ´The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom´. New Haven: YaleUniversityPress.
      Hesmondhalgh, D. 2007. The cultural Industries. Londen: SAGE Publications Ltd.
      http://wordpress-websites.com/?page_id=358
      http://www.congo-education.net/wealth-of-networks/ch-03.htm
      http://www.youtube.com
    • Are thereanyquestions?