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Vacancy: Film and TV data analytics fellow

Tallinn University’s Baltic Film, Media and Arts School is hiring a research fellow (postdoc) to work on film and TV industry public value creation processes using data science or network science methods. The fellow will be part of our research project Public Value of Open Cultural Data, but also the soon to be launched Horizon Europe project […]

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We are collaborating with Marché du Film

It is time to announce another collaboration and a case study of our project – Marché du Film, one of the biggest film markets in the world, an essential part of the Cannes Film Festival. Marché du Film is operating Cinando, one of the biggest digital platforms for film projects. The platform is designed to facilitate global […]

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Collaboration with the Estonian Public Broadcaster (ERR) is under way

Our team collaborates now also with ERR where we aim to analyse ERR broadcasting data of several decades and develop ways to publish some of it as open data. The aim is to research ways to improve the datasets and prepare them for further analysis by the public. The initiative is based on the idea […]

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We are collaborating with White Rabbit

Tallinn University and Tallinn University of Technology collaborate with White Rabbit on developing new blockchain based Registry of Film Rights Tallinn University together with Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) collaborate with White Rabbit to study the ways of creating value (including public value) for the wider film industry and the European societies by using blockchain […]


New publication in Riigikogu journal

Professor Indrek Ibrus published a new essay in Riigikogu’s (Estonia’s Parliament) annual trend-monitoring journal Pikksilm. In this he discusses long term trends affecting media sector including datafication, platformisation and mediatisation, but linked these also to the potentials of decentralisation/blockchain that is relevant also to this project. See the publication here.

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The origins: The initial ideas for the project

This research project titled “The Public Value Chains of Cultural Open Data Solutions” is funded by the Estonian Research Council. This is what the abstract of our original application claimed: “The project studies the complex ways in which cultural open data solutions could produce ‘public value’. In conceptual terms it builds on Moore’s and Mazzucato’s […]