Improving Access to
Europe’s AV Heritage
ErwinVerbruggen
Netherlands Institute for Sound andVision
Improving Access to
Eur...
network of co-operating archives and heritage institutions
Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
• legitimate interests

• av: the hardest nut to crack

• online use?

• national legislations
Challenges of IPR
Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
• copyright should be adapted to the digital
world we live in

• national rules should be harmonised

• no digital borders...
Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
• Main issues:

– Cross-border licensing

– Making available out-of-commerce works

• defining out-of-commerce works

• suc...
Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
• Broadening the existing InfoSoc
exception: making works available online
for non-commercial uses
Access to content
Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
• Multi-territoriality: 

– copyright should be adapted to the digital
world we live in

– national rules should be harmon...
•preserve, digitize and make accessible

•material hardly available for general public

•digitization took place on the ba...
• Ep. 12; Judith Bosch with Ton Sijbrands 

• Ep. 27; Gerrit Eerenberg and Netty
Rosenfeld 

• First Female Newsreader

• ...
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Improving Access to Europe's Audiovisual Heritage (Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision)

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Presentation given at the EUscreenXL Strategic Workshop on IPR Regulations for Audiovisual Heritage, The Hague, 13 May 2014

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Improving Access to Europe's Audiovisual Heritage (Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision)

  1. 1. Improving Access to Europe’s AV Heritage ErwinVerbruggen Netherlands Institute for Sound andVision Improving Access to Europe’s AV Heritage
  2. 2. network of co-operating archives and heritage institutions
  3. 3. Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
  4. 4. Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
  5. 5. • legitimate interests • av: the hardest nut to crack • online use? • national legislations Challenges of IPR
  6. 6. Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
  7. 7. • copyright should be adapted to the digital world we live in • national rules should be harmonised • no digital borders within the single market Multi-territoriality
  8. 8. Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
  9. 9. • Main issues: – Cross-border licensing – Making available out-of-commerce works • defining out-of-commerce works • success of MoUs (in library sector)? Need for more clarity
  10. 10. Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
  11. 11. • Broadening the existing InfoSoc exception: making works available online for non-commercial uses Access to content
  12. 12. Why is EUscreenXL doing this?
  13. 13. • Multi-territoriality: – copyright should be adapted to the digital world we live in – national rules should be harmonised – no digital borders within the single market • Further harmonisation of copyright rules is needed • Broadening the existing InfoSoc exception to make works available online for non- commercial uses Solutions for all sectors?
  14. 14. •preserve, digitize and make accessible •material hardly available for general public •digitization took place on the basis of an exception in Dutch Copyright Act •making available of that material would most likely infringe the copyright owner’s exclusive right Images for the Future?
  15. 15. • Ep. 12; Judith Bosch with Ton Sijbrands • Ep. 27; Gerrit Eerenberg and Netty Rosenfeld • First Female Newsreader • Fashion Designers • Ep. 4; Astrid Engels • Picture Page Images used

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