Streaming music will bring in close to $50 billion by 2018. How much of that will go to the artists?
Twitter now allows users to report plagiarized tweets. Which raises the question: Are tweets protected under copyright?
Should Reddit be a home for "Free Speech?" Or just "Good Speech?" And who gets to decide? This week on the podcast.
A new, customizable dashboard with real-time info about the Net coming soon
Internet Monitor’s mission is to collect and share data about how people all over the world access and use the Internet. This fall the project plans to release a new platform for displaying all this data and more on one dashboard.
Drawing on our past, and creating new resources for our future
How the podcasting revolution happened, and where it could go
Deadline for Submissions: September 15th, 2015
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society is excited to announce a writing competition to identify innovative multistakeholder governance groups and help us understand the conditions under which they are most effective.
What happens when municipal utilities and companies compete to provide local Internet services? Find out on this week's podcast.
Global Access in Action (GAiA), an initiative of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard, is hosting a workshop today to explore lessons from the recent Ebola outbreak for improving future preparedness for public health crises. Forty leaders from civil society, academia, international procurement and donor agencies, government, and the pharmaceutical industry will review the Ebola drug development landscape and explore ways to alter policies to strengthen ongoing research and reduce the incidence and severity of future outbreaks.
We are in an era where media audiences are more diverse than ever. And the amount and kinds of content to which these audiences have access is exploding as well. This week's episode of the podcast asks: how do we define the public in public radio?