October 20, 2005
Schools to score bfi Creative Archive film
The bfi has made James Williamson's The Little Match Seller available through the Creative Archive Licence and is inviting primary schools across London to create their own scores for this 1902 film.
October 20, 2005
VJs Coldcut create BBC archive mix
Coldcut have produced a Video Jockey (VJ) mix of their new single, 'Everything is Under Control', for Radio 1 and 1Xtra, using BBC Creative Archive Licensed content.
October 19, 2005
Archive BBC images for download
The BBC has made over 450 stills from its image archive available for non-commercial use. The images have been released as part of a "Create Your Own Exhibition" competition.
October 12, 2005
Artistic archive opportunities offered
The BBC and Arts Council England today announce the creation of two new artist placements as part of the Creative Archive initiative. The placements, which will last for four months, will be funded by Arts Council England and hosted by the BBC.
October 11, 2005
CALG greatest hits revealed
CALG members the BBC, the bfi and Teachers TV have made their content available for download under the terms of the Creative Archive Licence. Here are clips most downloaded last month at each of these organisations' sites.
October 06, 2005
Teachers TV gets result
The free availability of Teachers TV programmes is proving a huge hit with teachers in schools across the UK. The digital TV channel for teaching professionals which joined the CALG in July, reports that teaching professionals are not only watching and downloading programmes but also busy adapting content to suit their own needs.
October 05, 2005
EC unveils plans for European digital libraries
The European Commission has unveiled its strategy to make Europe's written and audiovisual heritage available on the Internet. It is proposing a concerted drive by EU Member States to digitise, preserve, and make this heritage available to all, and plans to take consultation to draw up a proposal for a Recommendation to be presented in June 2006.
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