Association of online publishers Helping media owners build better digital business

"Who owns the content?" and "does it matter?" - AOP IP and copyright Forum


Date:
20 Nov 2008
Time:
14.00 to 17:30
Venue:
IPC Media Offices
Address:
Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0SU

Event Description

Effective management of both traditionally sourced and user-generated content will drive value for media owners in the future. But as web users change the way they source and consume content, what are the implications for publishers, their audiences and their revenue streams?

AOP’s forum on copyright and intellectual property on 20 November brought together legal experts to examine rights ownership behind online publishers’ businesses and its importance to their long-term success. Read more about the event.

andrew yeates

Chair
Andrew Yeates, Solicitor & IP Adviser to AOP


Building a Healthy Online Ecosystem
tom rubin
Tom Rubin, Chief Counsel for Intellectual Property Strategy, Microsoft

iain stansfield
Commercial aspects of IP and copyright, and how publishers can profit from new content distribution models
Iain Stansfield, Partner, Olswang
andrew murray

Encouraging Creativity in the UGC age
Andrew Murray, Legal Project Lead, Creative Commons England and Wales / Reader in Law, London School of Economics
dominic young

Managing your content and business model
Dominic Young, Director of Editorial Services, News International