IASA journal No 45, October 2015

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  1. Editorial and President’s Letter
  2. In Memory of Mark Jones
  3. An Intermittent Wander Through the Pages of the Phonographic Bulletin
    George Boston, United Kingdom
  4. Original Physical Recordings of Audiovisual Documents: Preserve or Destroy After Digitizing?
    Pio Pellizzari, Fonoteca Nazionale Swizzera, Lugano, Switzerland
  5. Digitization Software Obsolescence, Too?
    Dave Rice, City University of New York (CUNY), USA
  6. Content Identification for Audiovisual Archives
    Richard W. Kroon, Entertainment Identifier Registry Association, USA, Raymond Drewry, Motion Picture Laboratories, USA, Andrea Leigh, Library of Congress, USA, Stephen McConnachie, British Film Institute, UK
  7. DIY Digital Radio Preservation: An Introduction to CiTR’s Audio Archiving Project
    Shyla Seller, University of British Columbia, Canada
  8. BitTorrent Software and Usage
    Justin McKinney, Mark Simon Haydn
  9. Towards an Open and Accessible Sound and Audiovisual Archives: Case Study of Zimbabwe
    Collence Takaingenhamo Chisita, Principal Lecturer in Department of Library and Information Science School, Harare Polytechnic, Zimbabwe; Forbes. Z. Chinyemba, Lecturer in Department of Library and Information Sciences School, Harare Polytechnic, Zimbabwe
  10. Audiovisual Knowledge Management and the Fear of Losing Control
    Gisa Jähnichen, Universiti Putra Malaysia
  11. Artists, Archivists, and Community
    Heidi Stalla, Diana Chester
  12. The Sound Archive at School: a Project to Prevent Violence in Early Childhood Education
    Dra. Perla Olivia Rodríguez Reséndiz, Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas y de la Información, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  13. Research on the Production of Czech Sound Recordings to 1946 Focusing on the Gramophone Company ESTA
    Filip Šír, Institute of Information Studies and Librarianship at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague, Moravian Library in Brno, Czech Republic