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Tuesday, 21 October 2014

When VoD gets a legislative nod ...

Video on Demand and the Promotion of European Works is the latest work to emanate from the European Audiovisual Observatory which impinges on the interests of 1709 Blog readers. As the publishers explain:
The rise in the on-demand content market has meant that, potentially, a new channel for promoting European films and TV programmes now exists via the various on-demand services. But how has Europe incorporated these on-demand services and their potential into its legislation? 
This volume, at 106 pages being a little chubbier than some of its fellows, offers "current legislation of the VoD market in Europe regarding its potential for promoting European films and TV programmes".  Further information is available here.

If you are counting your pennies, you may like to know that you can order now and get your print copy for just €78,80 (instead of €98.50), or you can opt for a PDF version for €100.40 (instead of €125.50). The best deal of all appears to be print plus PDF, which you can get for €103.60 (down from €129.50) -- though this blogger is a bit puzzled by these options and wonders why anyone would want to pay more for  PDF file than for something that has been published in print. He wonders if he is missing something  ...

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