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29 NOVEMBER 2011

Search The British Newspaper Archive online

"The British Library and online publisher brightsolid today launch a website that will transform the way that people use historical newspapers to find out about the past. The British Newspaper Archive website will offer access to up to 4 million fully searchable pages, featuring more than 200 newspaper titles from every part of the UK and Ireland. The newspapers – which mainly date from the 19th century, but which include runs dating back to the first half of the 18th century – cover every aspect of local, regional and national news."

(The British Library and brightsolid, 29/11/2011)

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Simon Perkins
25 APRIL 2011

The adult business fuels a lot of mainstream technology growth

Jason Tucker: "the mainstream has learned a lot from the adult business. The adult business fuels a lot of the growth of technology that exists on the internet. From streaming video, from content delivery vehicles, from content delivering networks, dealing with bottlenecks on the internet because there are so many people going to a specific ite, distributing that around. From that it's now...and then also the basic business models, the how to transact, the per click, the per impression, the upsell concept. That all came from the adult business."

(Robin Benger, 2009)

Extract transcript from extended interview with Jason Tucker (CEO Falcon Enterprises) and video interview from: Robin Benger (2009). "Porndemic", Cogent/Benger Productions.

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2009 • adult business • adult company • Adult FriendFinder • BitTorrentbusiness modelcontent deliveryDigital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) • digital sexual experience • disruptive innovation • electronic pornography • erotic library • Falcon Enterprises • image identificationimage library • internet generation • Internet porn • Jason Tucker • killing time content • Larry Flynt • mainstream • marketplacemovie businessownership • pay site • pay-per-click • pay-per-impression • pay-per-view • Penthouse (magazine) • picture gallery • Playboy (magazine) • porn industry • porn library • Porndemic (2009) • pornographyre-publish • Robin Benger • sex industry • stealing content • Steve Hirsch • streaming videotelevision documentary • tube sites • upselling • vertical market • video gallery • video on demand • Vivid Entertainment Group • Wicked Pictures

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Simon Perkins
29 MAY 2010

Ken Loach gives away entire film catalogue on YouTube

"Ken Loach has been one of the world's most–admired film–makers for nearly half a century but in Britain he has increasingly wondered how to attract an audience.

Now Loach and his producer, Rebecca O'Brien, have come up with a radical solution: they are giving away all of his films free on YouTube.

The Ken Loach Films section of the video–sharing website offers five of Loach's feature films available to download, along with Carry on Ken, a documentary about the director made to mark his 70th birthday in 2006.

The aim is to add a film each week with a view to converting the site to a modestly priced pay–per–view service once a core audience is established. Films less than five years old are not included to avoid compromising DVD revenue."

(Times Online, 29 May 2010)

Fig.1 Loach, K. (1966). Cathy Come Home. UK, BBC.

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19662010audience • Cathy Come Home • distributiondramafeature filmfilm-maker • give away • Ken Loachmedia convergencepay-per-viewpromotion and disseminationpublishing • Rebecca O'Brien • revenueUKvideo-sharingYouTube

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Simon Perkins
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