What’s mine is yours: New copyright laws in digital culture production

Date 22. Februar 2014
Start 19:30 Uhr
End 20:00 Uhr
Event Lecture and talk
Place Side stage
With Marcel Weiß and Rabea Edel (moderation)

Thanks to digitalisation, culture production is in a period of radical change. The paths which creative professionals, companies and cultural institutions can follow today are becoming more manifold and at the same time – both consciously and unconsciously – more dependent on copyright. We will be looking at concrete examples of various developments.

Presenter: Rabea Edel

© Tony Schauer
© Tony Schauer

Marcel Weiß has a degree in business administration, is 34 years old and lives in Berlin. He has written on a daily basis about the internet economy since 2006. Marcel Weiß offer consultancy services to web start-ups on strategic approach, information architecture and business models. Marcel Weiß is an author at Exciting Commerce, the German-speaking world’s leading ecommerce blog. His articles regularly appear in the specialist journal “Musikmarkt” and in the weekly newspaper “Der Freitag”. Other articles by Weiß have appeared in “Buchreport”, “Musiker Magazin” and “Golem”. He works as a visiting lecturer at the Popakademie Mannheim and holds lectures at conferences. Marcel Weiß writes at neunetz.com and neumusik.com on the digital economy.

Twitter: @marcelweiss

© Kirsten Becken
© Kirsten Becken

Rabea Edel, born in 1982, regularly presents and curates readings and cultural events for publishers, cultural institutions and festivals. Since 2013, Rabea Edel has also been the chief editor of the “REVUE – Magazine for the Next Society”. She works in cross-disciplinary projects with musicians and visual artists, and is the author of two novels. She lives and works as a freelance journalist and presenter in Berlin.