[Cc-ie] BBC Creative Archive - How can RTE be convinced to do thesame ?
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Thu Apr 14 17:25:34 EDT 2005
I was thinking earlier that it'd be cool if RTE and other Irish content
producers could piggyback on this, but then I noticed the UK-only stuff.
Would they be willing to meet with Darius and/or other representatives of CC
in Ireland (i.e. us I guess)?
I know a couple guys that used to work at the tech end of RTE, I could drop
them a line and do that whole "feeler" thing I've heard sales and marketing
talk about if people like. Or perhaps someone here knows a head honcho?
Be sweet if we worked together with them to define the Irish licence. Dual
launch and all that, be good PR for CC.
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> [mailto:cc-ie-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Damien Mulley
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> Subject: [Cc-ie] BBC Creative Archive - How can RTE be
> convinced to do thesame ?
> The BBC Creative Archive - http://creativearchive.bbc.co.uk/
> was recently launched which hands over some content to the
> public to play with. Channel 4 and the Open University has also
> How can RTE be convinced to do the same ? Can anyone outline
> any legal restrictions stopping them from doing it ? Assuming
> it's only home produced content they'd release.
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