The Audiovisual Artifact Atlas

The Audiovisual Artifact Atlas (AVAA) is a wiki explaining with examples the various kinds of artifacts that can occur in sound and moving image recordings http://preservation.bavc.org/artifactatlas/index.php/A/V_Artifact_Atlas

Archiving Tomorrow 2013

20 Nov 2013 to 22 Nov 2013
Salford, UK

The conference is to bring together Archivists, Academics and Film Makers, Editors, Producers, Directors and so forth to discuss, debate and learn about the indepth revolution that is the transitional period between Film and Digital.

Digitizing Audiovisual Collections - To Outsource or Not To Outsource?

2 Oct 2013
New York, USA

METRO & MIAP Present: Digitizing Audiovisual Collections - To Outsource or Not To Outsource?
Speakers Chris Lacinak (Audiovisual Preservation Solutions), Jonah Volk (New York Public Library), & Julie May (Brooklyn Historical Society)

New online Archive of Indian Music

The Archive of Indian Music (AIM) formally launches today.

New sound archive collates 100-year-old voices from India

"New Delhi: Mahatma Gandhi's speech caught on gramophone during his 1931 visit to England now shares space with classical music legend M S Subhalakshmi's song, recorded when she was just nine, in a new virtual archive."


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