White Market Podcast

White Market Podcast is show about free music and free culture by Rute Correia. While the show is mainly focused on Creative Commons-licenced music, since it is also naturally intertwined with other movements and ideologies such as Open Source and Open Access, it often features these and similar forms of activism related to digital rights and freedom.

https://www.whitemarketpodcast.eu

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 57m. Bisher sind 15 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 3 Wochen erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 12 hours 11 minutes

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Creative Commons business models for musicians with Tribe of Noise


A first on the show, on this episode we dive into business models! Yes, you read it right: business models for music licensed under Creative Commons. For that, I talked to Hessel van Oorschot, co-founder and CEO at Tribe of Noise, a platform focused on creating fair and sustainable business opportunities for independent musicians. They launched back in 2008 in the Netherlands...


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 2020-04-30  52m
 
 

Communia and the quest to save public domain


Welcome to a brand new season of White Market Podcast! We couldn’t really step into a new year without celebrating Public Domain Day.

On this episode, we interviewed Anna Mazgal from the Communia Association, one of the policy organizations that has been working most closely with public domain issues. Communia actively pushes for European legislation that safeguards the public domain, as well as users’ rights...


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 2020-01-01  28m
 
 

This season on White Market Podcast


This season on White Market Podcast: Prepare for a lot of talk about Creative Commons music. We will talk about licenses, about business models, about resilience and about the love that goes into sharing music with others...


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 2019-11-09  3m
 
 

Emergency Podcast - Save Your Internet


This is an emergency podcast.

Next week, your MEPs will vote on the Copyright Directive in the European Parliament. You can still help out saving the internet...


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 2019-03-22  8m
 
 

Session 4.02 – Sharing knowledge with Wikimedia


Back in August, I had the chance of talking to Dimitar Dimitrov, EU Policy Director at Wikimedia. On their website, Wikimedia is described as a global movement whose mission is to bring free educational content to the world. By now, it is one of the top 10 websites traffic-wise globally and it is arguably the biggest community-driven project online. It all started with the amazing Wikipedia, but as knowledge kept getting compiled, their projects also kept on multiplying...


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 2017-09-10  1h1m
 
 

Session 4.01 – Talking copyright with EDRi


WMP is finally back and what a way to start this fourth season! This week, I talked to Diego Naranjo, Senior Policy Advisor at EDRi, to know more about the copyright reform that is still in the making in the EU. EDRi (European Digital Rights) is an association of civil and human rights organizations that advocates for the protection of our rights and freedoms online...


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 2017-07-31  1h0m
 
 

Session 3.21 – Monster Jinx Special


I have been wanting to do this for a long time, but somehow the opportunity only arrived now. This week’s show is a Monster Jinx special! Monster Jinx is a Portugal/Internet-based label specialised in hip-hop and electronic music. They are also an artist collective, and identify themselves as an indie label, having dropped their first record back in 2009...


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 2017-01-23  1h0m
 
 

Session 3.20 – Happy Public Domain Day!


On this week’s show, WMP celebrated Public Domain Day. Public Domain Day has been happening as an initiative for some years now, being held on January 1st every year, as this is the date when each year new works go under the public domain. Except, of course, if you’re in the US – sadly, there won’t be any works going into the public domain there before 2019 at least. In the European Union, though, the rights of authors are protected within their lifetime and for seventy years after their death...


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 2017-01-01  53m
 
 

Session 3.19 – WMP's Best Moments of 2016


As this is our very last show of 2016, I thought it’d be cool to do a recap of White Market Podcast’s best moments of 2016. In case you haven’t listened to all the episodes, this can be sort of your guide to go back and catch up with something you might have missed and be of your interest. With 8 interviews, a couple of special features and even a mini-documentary, I’m sure there will be something up your street. This has probably been probably the best season of White Market Podcast so far...


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 2016-12-19  58m
 
 

Session 3.18 – Preserving cultural heritage with Europeana


This week, I had the opportunity to talk to Joris Pekel, Community Coordinator for Cultural Heritage at Europeana. On top of talking about their wider work of making artworks and cultural piece from all over Europe accessible to the public online. During the interview, we also talked about the Europeana Sounds Conference 2016, their Policy Recommendations for improving online access to audio and audio-related heritage in Europe and their brand new page on Soundcloud...


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 2016-12-04  59m
 
 
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