Europeana Business Model & The Public Domain

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Presentation on the business model of Europeana. This European digital library gives users direct access to 2 million digital objects, including film material, photos, paintings, sounds, maps, manuscripts, books, newspapers and archival papers.

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  • Europeana Business Model & The Public Domain

    1. 1. Europeana Business model & the Public Domain <ul><ul><li>Communia Workshop, october 2008 Amsterdam </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Harry Verwayen </li></ul></ul>
    2. 2. image Europeana Sharing Europe’s culture and heritage in the online world
    3. 3. In a time of super-abundance,
    4. 4. needs
    5. 8. So what is the business model? ?
    6. 9. Open/Closed Public/Private funding How do we finance Open Content?
    7. 10. Challenge 1: is there any (certified) public domain content?
    8. 11. Challenge 2: will there only be public domain content, and is it good?
    9. 12. End-users = main target group
    10. 13. economic value cultural value costs
    11. 14. economic value cultural value costs
    12. 15. economic value cultural value costs
    13. 16. Europeana’s business model Europeana’s business model Public funding User behavior Private revenue
    14. 17. Europeana’s business model
    15. 18. value segments ?
    16. 19. value? End Users Accessibility Richer understanding CULTURAL: ECONOMIC: Re-use N.A.
    17. 20. value? Public Funding Diversity Unity CULTURAL: ECONOMIC: Develop new markets Creative industries
    18. 21. value? Market Conversation (user traffic) Content/context (HQ aggregated content & meta-data) Product & service opportunities
    19. 22. Challenge 3: legal issues surrounding commercial use of aggregated data
    20. 23. Challenge 4: how to organize all this? Advertisers Affiliated partners & content providers Brokers Merchants Developers Search Engines Semantic Operators
    21. 24. Q & A

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