Arts Digital R&D Podcast 6: digital business modelsHide description
Interviews include US crowdfunding site Kickstarter which has recently launched in the UK, the BFI which talks about digital and its plans to launch the BFIPlayer, and Digital Theatre whose high quality British theatre productions are available to an international audience via an online platform and Samsung SmartTV partnership.
What is the attention economy?
What happens if you point a flip cam at Carmen?
Do digital business models only work at scale?
Peter Tullin, Co-founder of innovative online shop Culture Label, Simon Tanner, Director of Digital Consultancy Services at Kings College London and digital, arts and technology journalist Patrick Hussey join John in the studio, debating all of the above as well as changing royalty distribution models and working in partnership.
Apply now for the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts
The Digital R&D Fund for the Arts is a £7 million fund for organisations with arts projects based in England working in collaboration with technology providers and researchers. The fund supports new digital research and development projects that aim to expand audience research and/or develop new business models. To apply you need to have a project idea and form a three-way partnership made up of an organisation with an arts project, a technology provider and a researcher.