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IASA Elections 2014

To all IASA Members:          

2014 is an election year for the IASA Executive Board.

As stated in the constitution: “The Executive Board shall be elected by the members of the Association. Any member in good standing shall be eligible to stand for election.” - See more at: http://www.iasa-web.org/iasa-constitution#part3-Exec and further details about the Executive Board elections

8.4 kilometres of shelving for Australia's audiovisual collection

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia’s CEO, Michael Loebenstein, officially opened the NFSA’s newest collection preservation facility in Canberra on 3 December.

Radio Mogadishu archives get digitized

After more than 60 years of analogue storage in an inadequate environment, the Radio Mogadishu audio archive is being digitized in order to save it from deterioration and introduce the unique Somali historical recordings to new audience.


18th SEAPAVAA Conference: Conference Call

18th SEAPAVAA Conference: “AV Archives: Why They Matter”

Lao Department of Cinema, Vientiane, Laos. 26–30 May 2014


The nature, purpose and potential use of AV archives and the great cultural value and memories which these archives hold for nations and their peoples are not widely understood or properly appreciated.

The theme for the 18th SEAPAVAA Conference “AV Archives: Why They Matter” seeks to explore and discuss the myriad of issues listed below, during the two-day Symposium on 26 and 27 May 2014.


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