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China's National Library is joining hands with Sina Weibo, the popular Twitter-like platform, to archive social media posts. The library plans to save around 200 billion posts from Weibo's hundreds of millions of users, for research and policymaking purposes.
Objects and memories collected in museums are not cemeteries - their museums continue their lives.
Created in 2016, the Film Estonia Support Plan has grown into a fund of two million euros, which aims to promote foreign capital to Estonia and co-operation between Estonian and foreign film producers for the production of audiovisual works in Estonia. The current analysis of the aid scheme has shown that every euro invested will be withdrawn at least six times as foreign investment.
China’s Copyright Law is set to see a new round of revisions this year — the first amendments to the 29-year-old law since 2010.
Chinese political advisors gathered Monday to discuss the revision of the country's copyright law during a biweekly session in Beijing.
Within the cross-sectoral sub-program of the Creative Europe Program, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission has issued a call for the submission of the EACEA 06/2019 proposal for projects under the umbrella theme "Digital Linking of Cultures and Audiovisual Content".