Webinar: El inventario como herramienta para la identificación y preservación digital de archivo sonoros

28 Apr 2020

Researchers and experts in sound and audiovisual archives are launching the Professional Updating Program in Digital Preservation of Sound and Audiovisual Archives, organized by the "Red Iberoamericanade Preservacion Digital de Archivos Sonoros y Audiovisuales" (RIPDASA - Ibero-American Network of Digital Preservation of Sound and Audiovisual Archives), with the support of the International Federation of Television Archives (FIAT), the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) and the Ibermemoria Program, coordinated by the Fonoteca Nacional de México.

Sound and audiovisual researchers and archivists launch a Spanish language open access training initiative

The Spanish-speaking community joins efforts through international cooperation and collaboration

The main world associations of sound and audiovisual archives are involved in this initiative

AMIA 2020 Online

16 Nov 2020 to 21 Nov 2020

Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA)

The goal of the AMIA Conference is to present a broad-based program that speaks to a wide range of attendees with a balance of theory and practice, inviting new ideas and concepts that stimulate additional interest, involvement, and educational benefit. In keeping with ongoing membership discussions about diversity and inclusion, we urge proposers to use AMIA Conference sessions as an opportunity to include new voices and offer diverse viewpoints. 

The Magnetic Tape Alert Project survey is nearly at an end!

IASA and UNESCO’s Information for All Programme is completing the first phase of our survey of magnetic tape collections around the world. If you or your organisation have not yet submitted a response to our short survey, there is still time!


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