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DRAFT PROGRAMME

Public Hearing
COMMITTEE ON LEGAL AFFAIRS
in co-operation with
COMMITTEE ON CULTURE AND EDUCATION
Tuesday 23 March 2010
3.00 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.
Room ASP 1G3
European Parliament - Brussels

Hearing on digitisation of books and copyright:
does one trump the other?
3.00-3.10

Welcome by Klaus-Heiner LEHNE, Chair of the Committee on
Legal Affairs and Doris PACK, Chair of the Committee on Culture
and Education

3.10-3.15

Presentation of the Working Document on copyright and
digitisation of books by the Working Group on Copyright:
Marielle GALLO, MEP, coordinator of the Legal Affairs
Committee's Working Group on Copyright

PART I

From paper to digital: Is there a real demand from
consumers?

3.15-3.30

Google Books Search project:
Santiago de la Mora, EMEA Print Content Partnerships Director,
Google

3.30-3.45

Europeana - example of a public initiative:
Yvo Volman, Deputy Head of Unit, Co-ordinator of the Digital
Libraries Initiative, "Access to Information" Unit of Information
Society and Media Directorate-General, European Commission

3.45-4.00

Consumer consumption: current and future:
Jonathan Nowell, President of Nielsen Book

PART II

Impact of digitisation projects: economic, cultural and
legal aspects

4.00-4.15

Writer and his work in the digital world:
Bruno Galindo, Spanish writer and spoken word artist

4.15-4.30

Digitisation from the publishers' point of view: economic threat
or a new opportunity: (speaker to be confirmed)

4.30-4.45

Books on-demand: an example of a new business model:
Friederieke Nielsen, spokesperson of Books on Demand GmbH

4.45-5.00

Digitisation from the booksellers' point of view: implications:
Françoise Dubruille, Director of the European Booksellers
Federation and International Booksellers Federation

PART III

Implications for policy-makers

5.00-5.15

Legal challenges:
Prof. Alain Strowel, professor at Saint-Louis
(Brussels), University of Liege and K.U. Leuven

University

5.15-5.35

Cultural challenges:

5.15-5.25

Piotr Marciszuk, President of the Polish Chamber of Books, and

5.25-5.35

Rosa Maiello, Italian Library Association

5.35-5.50

Policy challenges at EU level:
Tilman Lueder, Head of Unit "Copyright and Knowledge-based
Economy", Internal Market and Services Directorate-General,
European Commission

5.50-6.20 EXCHANGE OF VIEWS
6.20-6.30

Conclusions by Marielle GALLO, MEP


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