IASA journal Nos. 26-30

IASA journal No 26

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  • Editorial
  • President's Letter
  • An Electronic Composer:The Preservation of Sound Archives
    Andres Lewin-Richter
  • Negotiating the Maze: Ethical Issues for Audiovisual Archivists
    Grace Koch, Native Title Research and Access Manager, AIATS, Canberra,Australia
  • Users' Perspectives: Tipping the Balance towards Fever
    John Vallier, Ethnomusicology Archive, UCLA, USA
  • Archives and Advocacy:The WITNESS MediaArchive and Global Human Rights
    Grace lile, WITNESS Archives, Brooklyn, New York, USA
  • What is an Archive - and What is a Database? A plea for a two-tier structured labour division of audiovisual research repositories
    Dietrich Schuller, Phonogrammarchiv, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna
  • Digitisation of the Ethnomusicological Sound Archive of the Royal Museum for Central Africa (Belgium)
    O. Cornelis, R. de Caluwe, G. de Tre,A. Hallez, M. Leman,T. Matthe, D. Moelants (Ghent University) and J. Gansemans (RMCA)
  • An Optimized Architecture for Content Dissemination: Peer-To-Peer
    David Fernandez Quijada, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
  • Flexible and User-Friendly Exploitation Based on Persistent Media Archives
    Guy Marecha, PROSI adviser for the "Memnon Audio Archiving Services", Belgium
  • Review
  • Pause! A Gallant Little Lady:The Florence Nightingale Cylinder
    Rob Perks and Will Prentice, British library Sound Archives

IASA journal No 27, July 2006

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  • Editorial
  • President's Letter
  • Ethics in Our Time
    Ray Edmondson, Archive Associates, Australia
  • From Recordings made by Chance to the most Important Ethnomusicological Sound Collection in Slovenia
    Drago Kunej, Institute of Ethnomusicology, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • What state are we in? :The National Screen and Sound Archives of Wales in a Devolved and Evolving Period
    Dafydd Pritchard, National Screen and Sound Archives of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales
  • The Ethnographic Thesaurus: Creation and Development of an Archival Tool
    Catherine Hiebert Kerst, Folklife SpecialistlArchivist,American Folklife Center, Library of Congress Washington / Co-chair, Ethnographic Thesaurus Board
  • Fieldwork Experiences in East Africa (Ethnomusicology)
    Timkehet Teffera, Martin Luther University Halle, Berlin, Germany
  • Any Damn Fool Can Predict The Past
    Matthew Davies, National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra, Australia
  • Experiences in Video Archiving at the Phonogrammarchiv - A Progress Report
    Franz Pavuza and Julia Ahamer, Phonogrammarchiv of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria
  • Audiovisual Heritage at the Comunidad de Madrid - New Markets, New Challenges
    Barbara Costales Ortiz, Servicio de Promocion y Difusion del Patrimonio Historico, and Jose Maria Latorre Carnicero, Biblioteca Regional de Madrid 'Joaquín Leguina"
  • Ten Years of Audiovisual Training: A Critical Review
    Albrecht Hafner, SWR
  • Teaching future specialists in 'Popular Music & Media' - Report on an experiment at the University of Paderborn
    Gisa Jahnichen, University Paderborn, Berlin, Germany
  • Bleek & Kirby collections: Restoring the Wax Cylinders
    Will Prentice, Technical Services, British Library, UK, Lesley Hart, Special Collections Information Services, University of Cape Town Libraries, SA
  • Review
  • Obituary Remembering Isidor Davies (19 May 1925 - 21 July 2005)

IASA journal No 28, December 2006

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  • Editorial
  • President's Letter
  • Collective Intelligence or Intelligent Collecting: Alternative Survival Strategies for Audiovisual Archives in the Information Age
    Chris Clark, British Library Sound Archive, UK
  • Rescued from Oblivion: The True Story of a Cylinder Collection in Catalonia
    Margarida Ullate I Estanyol, Library of Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
  • Remembrance of a Forgotten Melody - Restoring Sound of a Lost Music Style
    Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, India
  • Calypso Memories and Institution Building: Preserving the Legacy
    Linda Claudia de Four, The University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Accessing People through Accessibility of Audiovisual Documents
    Gisa Jähnichen, University Paderborn, Berlin, Germany
  • Archives to the People: Access to the Audiovisual Heritage at the National Archives of Zimbabwe
    Ishumail Zinyengere, National Archives of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
  • Audiovisual Memory on the Web: Virtual Expositions of the Osterreichische Mediathek
    Rainer Hubert, Technisches Museum Wien mit Osterreichischer Mediathek. Austria
  • Digitising a Radio Archive - About the Adventure of bringing an Analogue Radio-Registry into the 21st Century
    Haimo Godler, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, Austria
  • Practical experiences of Running a Digital Archive in a Broadcasting Environment
    Jouni Frilander, Finnish Broadcasting Company, Finland
  • Review: Digital Audio Best Practices
  • Review: Der fixierte Klang: Zum Dokumentarcharakter von Musikaufnahmen mit Interpreten klassischer Musik
  • Obituary : An Appreciation of Peter Copeland (17 July 1942 - 30 July 2006)
    Nigel Bewley, British Library Sound Archive, George Brock-Nannestad, Patent Tactics, Denmark

IASA journal No 29, July 2007

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  1. Editorial
  2. Presidents Letter
  3. The National Sound Library of Mexico: An institution beyond the preservation of sound archives
    Dr Lidia Camacho, Director General of Fonoteca Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico
  4. The Digital Archive in the Context of Full Digital Production
    Perla Oliveira Rodrígueuz Reséndiz, Fonoteca Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico
  5. The National University and the Safeguard of the Audiovisual Heritage
    Fernando J. Alvarez del Castillo Astiazarán, Director General, Radio UNAM, Mexico
  6. From the Concert Hall to the Library Portal
    Marie-Hélefne Serra and Rodolphe Bailly, Médiathefque de la Cité de la Musique, France
  7. Preservation and Peril, Access and Availability: The Impact of US Copyright Law on Audio Archives
    Katie McCormick, J Murray Atkins Library, University of North Carolina, USA
  8. Negotiating Jamaica’s Past through the Lens of Indigenous Radio Serial Drama
    Maureen Webster-Prince, National Library of Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica
  9. End Users, Metadata and Copyright – who mentioned Digitisation?
    Peter Findlay, British Library Archival Sound Recordings Project, London, UK
  10. The Film Archives of the National Geographic Society: An introduction to the Past Present and Future
    Joshua S Harris, The National Geographic Society, Washington DC, USA
  11. Dueling Transistors: Preserving the SalMar Construction and the Legacy of Electronic Music in the Americas
    Adriana P Cuervo, University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign, USA
  12. Depicting Problems and Facing Reality: Archival Awareness and developmental obstacles evaluate from an African point of view
    Timkehet Teffera, Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
  13. Witness History Unfolding Online: The DR Digital Media Library
    Ivan Dehn, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, Copenhagen, Denmark

IASA journal No 30, January 2008

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  1. Editorial
  2. Presidents Letter
  3. Latvia: the current status of archive and library digitisation
    Andris Vilks, Director of the National Library of Latvia
  4. How to steer an Archive through Neoliberal Waters. Questions of Financial Sustainability Exemplified by the Österreichische Mediathek
    Rainer Hubert, Österreichische Mediathek, Austria
  5. A new Species of Sound Archive? Adapting to Survive and Prosper
    Simon Rooks, Multi-Media Archivist, British Broadcasting Corporation, UK
  6. Who jailed Audio?
    Richard Green, IASA President, Ottawa, Canada
  7. Integrating AV Archival Material into the Curriculum: the Cave Hill Experience
    Elizabeth F Watson, Learning Resource Centre, Bridgetown, Barbados
  8. Recordings in Context: The place of Ethnomusicology Archives in the 21st Century
    Janet Topp Fargion, British Library, UK
  9. Towards Integrated Archives: The Discmarc Project
    Pekka Gronow, YLE Archives, Yleisradio, Finland
  10. VideoActive – Creating Access to Europe’s Television Heritage
    Johan Oomen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Alexander Hecht, Österreichische Rundfunk, Austria, and Vasillis Tzouvaras, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  11. Janus attitude. How should a national audiovisual archive handle both past and future?
    Isabelle Giannattasio, Département de l’Audiovisuel, Bibliothèque nationale de France
  12.  Preservation of Lithuanian Audiovisual Heritage: Digitisation Initiatives
    Juozas Markauskas, Head: Digitisation Department, DIZI, Lithuania
  13. Audiovisual Collection in the Occupation Museum of Latvia
    Lelde Neimane, Museum of Occupation, Riga, Latvia
  14. Tribute: 80 anni Carlo Marinelli – 24 November 2007
    Giorgina Gilardi, IRTEM, Italy