Archive for June, 2009

Interesting links

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Filmpremière op Youtube
2. NU.nl lanceert historisch fotoplatform
3. Library collections go digital on iPhone
4. ‘Nederlandse Audiovisuele Sector gaat collectief aan de slag’
5. Wikipedia Gets Ready for a Video Upgrade
6. Fill the gap: een knap staaltje gebruikersparticipatie
7. National Archives Launches YouTube Channel
8. Zoeken in 2019 Cultureel Erfgoed collecties
9. Trendrapportage SCP: meer belangstelling voor cultureel erfgoed
10. Nationale bibliotheek GB zet 2 miljoen historische krantenpagina’s online

 

Open Video Conference – Audiovisual Archive BoF introduction

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

How can archives become a key node in the consumption of media in the changing media landscape?

Audiovisual archives across the globe are engaged in large-scale migration programmes. An important driver behind the investments related to these programmes is the physical state of the analogue carriers; the films, the tapes, the optical discs and so on. Migration is a way to preserve the information on these physical carriers and securing access for future generations, a key mission of these institutions. (more…)

 

Open Video Conference

Friday, June 19th, 2009

The Open Video Conference starts today. Images for the Future will host the Audiovisual Archives session on the second day of the conference.

The event will be broadcasted live: “We’re teaming up with Livestream to bring you a live broadcast of the Open Video Conference. Tune in to http://openvideoconference.org/ on Friday, June 19th starting at 10:00 AM EDT for live coverage.”

 

Interesting links

Friday, June 12th, 2009

Below you’ll see some interesting reading material which could be useful one way or the other for our project Images for the Future (and of course other digitization projects). Click here for previous links. Some of the entries are in Dutch.

1. Twitter and Digitisation Projects
2. YouTube enters the stream
3. America’s digital television transition
4. Warner zet in op video on demand
5. Open source doc about copyright and remix culture
6. Nederlands Online Film Festival start op YouTube
7. Public Resource’s FedFlix digitizing hundreds of hours of gov video archives
8. British Film Institute puts 600 hours of film online