IASA publishes authoritative guide on handling and storage of sound and video recordings

In time for its Annual conference in Cape Town from 5-9 October, the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) is pleased to announce the release of its latest publication:
Handling and Storage of Audio and Video Carriers (IASA-TC 05), edited by Dietrich Schüller and Albrecht Häfner

IASA Journal, Issue 43 is now available online!

Fellow IASA members --

I'm thrilled to announce the arrival of the latest issue of the IASA Journal—issue 43. The print version is hot off the press and will be packaged and shipped to you or your institution very soon! In the meantime, IASA members can access the electronic version of the journal on the IASA website at the following address:

Preview of IASA Journal Issue 43

Over the past few months many of our IASA colleagues have been diligently preparing a new slate of articles that together will constitute the upcoming IASA Journal Issue 43, which will be delivered to your door in early July.

Following is a preview of the articles that are included in this issue:

The Cost of Inaction: A New Model and Application for Quantifying the Financial and Intellectual Implications of Decisions Regarding Digitization of Physical Audiovisual Media Holdings
[Chris Lacinak, AVPreserve, USA]

"Phonographische Zeitschrift" from 1901-1921 available online

Phonographische Zeitschrift (PZ) was published from 1900 to 1938, running to over 34,000 pages in that period. As 'the journal serving the entire music and voice-equipment industry' (its subheading until 1933), the publication is a unique source of information, in text and images, on phonography in the first third of the 20th century.


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