In the course of the last decade, media consumption patterns among young people have changed markedly. A substantial proportion of teenagers and young adults in industrialised countries now have access to and make use of computers, the Internet, games consoles and mobile devices in addition to " old " media such as television and radio. The hypothesis in… (More)
This paper focuses on live subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing. DR conducted an exploratory study on live subtitles used in conjunction with the main news on DR1 to establish whether there were significant accessibility issues. A sample of 27 subjects watched a recording of the main news from June 19, 2009, that contained pre-recorded, pre-prepared… (More)
This paper discusses the objectives, planning and implementation of Danske Billeder, a collaborative project involving more than 30 Danish archives and museums, the Danish Ministry of Education, DRIVE and Pioneer Electronics Denmark A/S. Most of the archives and museums involved are small, local institutions with limited budgets which had not previously… (More)
This paper adresses some of the intellectual property Issues which arose during the planning and production of SIULLEQ, a Danish multimedia project about Greenland and its culture. They include copyright, moral rights ("droite morale") and the Implications of the Danish Data Protection Act in relation to the creation, use and downloading of materials by… (More)
The aim of this paper is to examine key economic and design Issues facing three public institutions now working with multimedia-in particular image databases-and to highlight critical features which need attention while evaluating the feasibiltty of such a system.