The Europe 2020 strategy determines specific targets and initiatives. These initiatives are the backbone of EU funding.
On February 2nd an Info Day was organized in Brussels where all the needs for RRI and SSH inputs in projects’ proposals for the calls having a deadline in 2015 were presented.
RDI, the part-EU-funded project, working to make it possible for any user to find out anything about any rights information on any online content is exceeding its expectations and is set to result in real commercial implementations.
RDI (Rights Data Integration) is a project part-funded by the European Commission, part funded by media industry participants.
The 1st September 2013 is the official starting date of the Rights Data Integration (RDI) project.
New updated leaflets for ARROW Plus and ARROW system are now available on the ARROW website and intranet.
On 1 November, at a hearing held at the House of Commons in the UK, Ben White of the British Library said how CEPIC would be feeding images into the Arrow project. Here is an opportunity to clarify what ARROW is and what CEPIC and ARROW do together.
On 12th October, within the framework of the Frankfurt Bookfair, CEPIC and EVA addressed the issue of Orphan Works.
ARROW, How it continues. The novelties of ARROW PLUS. Why ARROW PLUS?