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      E-learning pour promouvoir la culture

      9e conférence internationale sur les technologies de l’information et de la communication a lieu à Kampala (TIC). Objectif de la rencontre : favoriser l’expansion des TIC sur le continent africain. Nouvelles technologies et traditions… Deux notions qui semblent à première (...)


    • Will Republican leadership in Congress harm small but significant NEA budget?

      By Peggy McGlone Nobody is expecting Culture Wars 2.0. But that doesn’t mean arts leaders aren’t a bit worried. Since last week’s elections gave Republicans control of both houses of Congress, there have been whispers in arts circles about a repeat of the 1994 midterm (...)

    • 13 November 2014

      Hachette and Amazon reach agreement on e-book sales

      (Reuters) - Hachette Book Group and Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday they reached a multi-year agreement for e-book and print book sales after months of bitter fighting that pitted writers and publishers against the world’s largest online retail store. Hachette, a unit (...)

      Épouser la musique en continu, dans l’espoir de profits

      La musique diffusée en continu sur des plateformes numériques comme Spotify ou Deezer — écoutée en « streaming » — prend une place grandissante dans les habitudes de consommation du public. Jeudi, dans le cadre de l’événement M pour Montréal, plusieurs joueurs de l’industrie (...)


    • Lecteurs recherchés

      Il est un peu tôt pour pleurer le livre. Malgré le regrettable conflit entre Renaud-Bray et le diffuseur Dimedia, notre industrie du livre ne se porte pas trop mal, et notre littérature va même bien. Il ne manque que des lecteurs. Mais même en plein blues de l’austérité, (...)

    • 1 November 2014

      Creative capitalism

      THE main building on Disney’s studio lot has seven huge replicas of Snow White’s dwarfs holding up its roof, a reminder of how Hollywood does not take itself too seriously. Nor do many outsiders. Film is an eccentric business, filled with egos and excess. For most of (...)

    The Coalition represents the members, artists and creators of 33 leading Canadian associations of cultural professionals who strongly believe in the legitimate right of governments to adopt policies favourable to the diversity of cultural expressions against the risk of cultural homogeneity in the context of globalization.
    The Coalition is the only national association bringing together the main trade organizations and associations of professionals in the cultural sector: publishing, audiovisual and new media, music, performing arts and visual arts. In total, the Coalition’s 33 members represent no less than 180,000 creators and 2,200 companies and non profit organizations from all parts of Canada.
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