Audiovisual Archives: Preservation Standards And Successful Management Strategies For Africa

18 Mar 2021

As part of the ongoing Industry Programme on the Preservation of Africa's Audiovisual Media Assets (https://www.preserveafricaarchives.net/) focusing on developing the capability to catalogue, archive and preserve the content assets within Africa's broadcast media industry, Broadcast Media Africa (BMA) in collaboration with Apricity Consulting is announcing our forthcoming industry forum on: "Audiovisual Archives: Preservation Standards And Successful Management Strategies For Africa."

Past IASA President Ulf Scharlau (1943 - 2021)

Ulf Scharlau, a former President of IASA, has died. We send our condolences to his family and loved ones. And it is with sincere gratitude that, as we share the sad news of his passing, we also acknowledge his service to IASA. Ulf served on its Executive Board as Treasurer from 1978-1984, as President from 1984-1987 and as Past President from 1987-1990.

Presentación del libro El archivo ágil

La Red Iberoamericana de Preservación Digital de Archivos Sonoros y Audiovisuales (RIPDASA) inicia sus activiades en 2021, con la presentación de la versión en español del libro El archivo ágil de Annemieke de Jong.
Los invitamos para que nos acompañen  el próximo 23 de marzo a las 12:00 h CDMX y 18:00 h GMT.

Preserving Africa's Audio-Visual Media Assets

Broadcast media organisations are custodians of social-cultural experiences captured in audio-visual content. And as broadcasting platforms turns digital, there is the urgent need for legacy audio-visual content to be appropriately preserved for the benefit of society both presently and in the future.


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