Fédération International des Archives de Télévision / International Federation of Television Archives

IASA-FIAT/IFTA Conference Programme Available

[Posted on behalf of Zane Grosa and the Conference Planning Committee]

Joint 2020 IASA - FIAT/IFTA ConferenceDear all,

COVID-19: a driver for change in access to audiovisual heritage collections

7 Oct 2020 to 8 Oct 2020

Approximately six months have passed since the coronavirus outbreak. The cultural and creative industries (CCI), were forced to adapt quickly to the new realm and reposition themselves in the dramatically changed operational context. Most of the discussions and reports that have been shared to date regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the CCI sector focus on the negative consequences.

Audiovisual Archives in Latin America: Access, Value and Preservation

29 Sep 2020 to 30 Sep 2020

The invention of the television brought excitement to the daily lives of people around the world. Broadcasting of images in drama and news brought about mass communications. The internet with its networks and multiple screens enabled the definitive distribution and integration of audiovisual content to our daily lives. In the age of audiovisual information, we have  become both consumers and producers of content. But what is the state of the records which preserve the audiovisual historical memory of TV along time?

Call for proposals - extension announced

Dear all,

The joint 51st IASA Conference and 44th FIAT/IFTA World Conference, titled, “Collaborate, Connect, Transform: A partnership of world experts in media and audiovisual archives” will be held from 26 to 29 October 2020, in Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.

Due to uncertainties created by the corona virus pandemic, the deadline for the submission of proposals has been extended for 1 month, until April 15.


Subscribe to RSS - FIAT/IFTA