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30 - 40 minute presentation on the changes in media production and distribution which have led to the development of Creative Commons. ...

30 - 40 minute presentation on the changes in media production and distribution which have led to the development of Creative Commons.

Presentation licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 New Zealand Licence, however please note the images each have their own individual licence, as shown.

First presented by Holly Grover on March 14, 2013, to a Wellington Girls' College Year 13 (final year in high school) Media Studies class.

As the presentation is largely visual, I have uploaded my speaking notes here:
www.slideshare.net/htgrover/slide-notes-changes-in-media-production-and-distribution-which-have-led-to-the-development-of-creative-commons

Thanks to Di Henjyoji and Matt McGregor for their encouragement!

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Changes in media production and distribution which have led to the development of Creative Commons Presentation Transcript

  • 1. ©
  • 2. Image: Holly Grover, 2007
  • 3. Image: artist in turkey, Maria & Michal P.
  • 4. Life + 50 years Image: Disney, Miss Kels
  • 5. Life + 70 years Image: Disney, Miss Kels
  • 6. Image: Romeo és Júlia, Gink Károly, Magyar Királyi Operaház / Magyar Állami Operaház, 1950, OrszágosSzínháztörténeti Múzeum és Intézet (Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute).The Public Domain
  • 7. Image: Rip! A RemixManifesto, colindunn
  • 8. Technological Revolution #1:Gutenberg’sPrinting Press Image: Featherbed Alley Printshop Bermuda, Aodhdubh
  • 9. Image: Telephoning from the exhibition: Schoolchildren at the Post and Telegraph Department’s court, AucklandWeekly News, 15 Nov. 1939, Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, AWNS-19391115-39-5Technological Revolution #2:Telegraph &Telephone
  • 10. Technological Revolution #3:RecordedMedia Image: A Royal Air Force cameraman working with an oblique camera, Evening Post, 1 March 1941, from Papers Past
  • 11. Technological Revolution #4:RadiowaveTransmission Image: Nothin’ on TV 4, Susan E. Adams
  • 12.  Expertise Equipment Distribution = $$$$$$ (Portrait of a man with camera), Geoff W Perry Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki,
  • 13. Image: Sony Betamax 1978, Nesster
  • 14. “I say to you that the VCRis to the American filmproducer and the Americanpublic as the Bostonstrangler is to the womanhome alone.” Jack Valenti, former President of the Motion Picture Association of America, giving testimony in front of the U.S. Congress in 1982
  • 15. Image: DJ Hypnotize andBaby Cee DJing, By D.L.
  • 16. Image: Cookin’ Soul Vol 1 (NewYork Times), Julius – Laid Back
  • 17. Digitalisation Image: Binary, Brett Jordan
  • 18. Image: www.icanhascheezburger.com
  • 19. Image: Napster, Bixentro
  • 20. Public DomainAll Rights Reserved No Rights Reserved
  • 21. © Public Domain “Some Rights Reserved”
  • 22. Attribution
  • 23. Share Alike
  • 24. Non Commercial
  • 25. No Derivatives
  • 26. Image: Culture Always Builds on the Past, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike3.0 New Zealand. Remixed by Holly Grover, based on the works used in an earlier version of this presentation:Disney, Miss Kels; Romeo és Júlia, Gink Károly; Rip! A Remix Manisfesto, colindunn; Featherbed Alley PrintshopBermuda, Aodhdubh; Telephoning from the exhibition, Auckland Weekly News, Sir George Grey Special Collections,Auckland Libraries, AWNS-19391115-39-5; A Royal Air Force cameraman working with an oblique camera, Evening Post,Papers Past; Rocky Hall, Radio Foxton, Foxton Historical Society, Kete Horowhenua; (Portrait of a man with camera),Geoff W Perry, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki; Sony Betamax 1978, Nesster; DJ Hypnotize and Baby Cee DJing,D.L.; Cookin’ Soul Vol 1 (New York Times), Julius – Laid Back; Binary, Brett Jordan; www.icanhascheezburger.com;Napster, Bixentro.
  • 27. References Find CC contentFree To Mix Guide, Creative Commons Images:Aotearoa New Zealand, CC-BY flickr.com/creativecommons Music:Creative Commons for Schools, Matt jamendo.com/en/searchMcGregor, CC-ANZ, CC-BY ccmixter.org/ Video:How Social Media Can Make History, youtube.com/creativecommonsClay Shirky, TED.com vimeo.org/creativecommons Everything:Font: search.creativecommons.orgAlte Hass Grotesk, by Yann Le Coroller commons. wikimedia.org