IASA journal No 44, January 2015

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  1. Editorial & President’s Letter
  2. Spectres of Archive and Liberation
    Verne Harris, Nelson Mandela Foundation, South Africa
  3. Why Media Preservation Can’t Wait: the Gathering Storm
    Mike Casey, Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative, Indiana University, USA
  4. The Day the Earth Moved Under Our Feet
    Marie O’Connell, The New Zealand Archive of Film, Television and Sound
  5. Broadcast Archives: Between Productivity and Preservation
    Jean-Christophe Kummer, Peter Kuhnle and Sebastian Gabler, NOA Audio Solutions, Austria
  6. Re-lubrication of Compact Cassette Tapes with SBS (Soft Binder Syndrome)
    Enric Giné Guix, Sonology Department, ESMUC (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya), Tasso Laboratori de so. Barcelona, Spain
  7. “Honey, I Burnt the Tapes!” A Study on Thermal Treatment for the Recovery of Magnetic Tapes Affected by Soft Binder Syndrome-Sticky Shed Syndrome
    Federica Bressan, Sergio Canazza and Roberta Bertani, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, Italy
  8. An Analysis of the Broadcasting Migration Process from Analogue to Digital Format: A Comparison of Botswana Television and Namibian Broadcasting Corporation
    Thandie Puthologo and Ruth M. Abankwah, University of Namibia
  9. Virtual Media in an OAIS-enabled Environment
    Sebastian Gabler, NOA Audio Solutions, Austria
  10. Dealing with Issues of Technological Obsolescence at the Oregon State Archives: Digitization of Rols Audio Dictation Tapes
    Austin Schulz, Oregon State Archives, USA
  11. Putting Archival AV Media Into Context: An Archival Approach to Processing Mixed-media Manuscript Collections
    Megan McShea, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, USA
  12. Voices of Southern Patagonia: Digital Preservation of Sound Material
    Gustavo Navarro, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral, Unidad Académica San Julián, Argentina