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Music Events (more headlines) 06-08-2011

Day 1 Wrap Up: World Copyright Summit Tuesday, June 7

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Email: laurie@jaybirdcom.com
Website: http://www.copyrightsummit.com/news/
The 2011 World Copyright Summit commenced yesterday at the Square Brussels Meeting Centre, Brussels, Belgium. This third biennial event, organized by CISAC (the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers and supported by numerous organizations around the world, brings together leading global authorities on copyright and representatives from all aspects of the creative content and distribution system, to discuss the digital future.

The first day highlights were diverse, and included:

Neelie Kroes, Vice President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for Digital Agenda said “that the European Commission’s ambition is for Europe to become a leader in the digital economy”.
[full text and video available here: http://www.copyrightsummit.com/2011/06/07/video-of-the-keynote-speech-by-neelie-kroes-europe-driving-force-for-the-digital-economy/]

David Touve, Assistant Professor of Business at the US’ Washington and Lee University, astounded the audience when he concluded that between €25 billion and €64 billion is spent to support the world’s unlicensed Internet content. He then stated, “Creativity isn’t a product, nor is it a service. Creativity is a sensory experience that we all share, something we hear, feel and see. It is also a personal experience; it is a social experience; it is a cultural experience that expresses who we are and what we share; it is also a financial experience for someone to make a living.”
[blog entry here : http://www.copyrightsummit.com/2011/06/07/wcs11-value-of-creativity-boggles-the-mind-with-numbers/]

New French online music service Deezer has reached 1.2 million subscribers in just a single year. CEO Axel Dauchez said: “there is definitely a momentum, because now the services are delivering real value around the content.”

Carlo d'Asaro Biondo, Google Vice President for Southern and Eastern Europe, MEA, declared: “The web is not yet a mirror of the world’s cultural riches. 46% of web content is in English; we can’t afford to live in a world that will end up looking Anglo-American.” He added: “We want to work with creators to help them reach new audiences and monetise their content. Work with us to do that and help us preserve the world’s cultural heritage.”
[full text and video here: http://www.copyrightsummit.com/2011/06/08/video-of-the-keynote-speech-shaping-the-future-for-creative-industries-culture-and-innovation-the-google-approach/]

Croatian President and composer Ivo Josipovic explained how a healthy, diverse cultural market is central to his mandate and how it forms part of Croatia’s application to become part of the EU. “My country is in transition to a European Country and I am in transition from being a musician to a president,” he noted. About his campaign slogan “New Justice”, he said, “The slogan was meant for our society while facing problems,” he stressed, “But, it also applies to attitudes towards intellectual property, that is, pay and support the artist and all cultural activities.” [blog entry here : http://www.copyrightsummit.com/2011/06/07/croatian-president-ivo-josipovic-closes-first-day-of-wcs-sessions/]

The agenda also included:

- “Creators’ Voices on the Digital Agenda” Super Session
[video here: http://www.copyrightsummit.com/2011/06/07/video-of-the-super-session-creators%E2%80%99-voices-on-the-digital-agenda/]
- “Europe Single Digital Market – Myths and Realities”
- “Future Models for Creative Industries”
- Viewpoints: “The role of ISP’s in the Creative Ecosystem”
- Hervé Di Rosa, French visual artist and CISAC Vice-President
[video here: http://www.copyrightsummit.com/2011/06/08/video-of-the-super-session-creators%E2%80%99-voice-the-future-of-visual-arts/]

In total, more than 130 speakers will share their vision and exchange views before approximately 700 attendees during the Summit. Today’s events will include Javed Akhtar, scriptwriter, poet and lyricist (India); Victoria Espinel, the White House Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator; Robin Gibb, legendary singer and songwriter of the Bee Gees and CISAC President; and Francis Gurry, WIPO Director General (World Intellectual Property Organization).

• Video and blog entries are continually updated at http://www.copyrightsummit.com/news/.

• Follow the conversation on Twitter: @copyrightsummit #WCS11.

• For the full conference programme in English, French and Spanish, click here: http://www.copyrightsummit.com/conference/2011-agenda/.

• Photos have been posted online in the Gallery section at http://www.copyrightsummit.com/media/galleries/.

• Download logos, pictures & bios: http://www.copyrightsummit.com/media/media-centre/

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About the World Copyright Summit
Organised by CISAC (the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers), the World Copyright Summit will be held in the Square Brussels Meeting Centre, on 7 & 8 June 2011. After two successful editions in Brussels in 2007 and in Washington, DC in 2009, about 700 participants will attend the third edition of the Summit. World famous creators, rights organisations, music and books publishers, TV and film producers, policy makers, media and content providers, ISPs and telecom operators, hardware manufacturers, legal and technology experts, and consumers representatives will meet to exchange ideas and debate about the future of intellectual property and creative content (such as music, books, movies, pictures) in the digital environment. www.copyrightsummit.com


About CISAC, the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers
Chaired by Robin Gibb, singer and songwriter of the Bee Gees, and visual artist Hervé Di Rosa, CISAC aims to increase both the recognition and protection of creators’ rights worldwide. In a globalised and digital world, CISAC’s main missions are to reinforce the international network of authors’ societies, to be the spokesperson for creators and their societies in all international debates and to reassert authors’ inalienable right to live by their creative work.

With a membership of 229 authors’ societies and guilds in 121 countries, CISAC is an international NGO and represents more than 3 million creators and publishers of artistic works in all genres including music, audiovisual, drama, literature, photography and the visual arts. In 2009, the royalties collected by CISAC's member societies in their respective territories topped €7.152 billion ($9.7 billion).
www.cisac.org


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