Monthly Archives: November 2010

BBC and CNN place orders for tapeless cameras

BBC and CNN place orders for tapeless cameras  News teams at the BBC and CNN are being equipped with new cameras as the broadcasters continue to move towards a tapeless workflow. The BBC has ordered up to 250 Sony PMW-350 … Continue reading

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Google in Talks to Gain Digital Rights to Miramax Film Archives

Google in Talks to Gain Digital Rights to Miramax Film Archives  Google is in talks with Filmyard Holdings, the soon-to-be owners of famed film studio Miramax, about a potential deal to gain digital rights to Miramax’s archives, the New York … Continue reading

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Epic Mickey digs into Disney archives

Epic Mickey digs into Disney archives  When veteran videogame designer Warren Spector set out to craft an action-adventure game for Nintendo’s Wii that would pay homage to Mickey Mouse while also equally appealing to both children and long-time Disney devotees, … Continue reading

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Modernizing Textual Reprography Services at LAC

Modernizing Textual Reprography Services at LAC  Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is pleased to announce that it is modernizing its textual reprography services in order to meet growing client demand for digital copies. Therefore, as of November 15, 2010, LAC … Continue reading

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Archiving ourselves

Archiving ourselves  Posted by Josh Sprague in Mediactive Project This article was originally published on Salon on November 5, 2010. Our cultural heritage isn’t just the books, magazines and newspapers we read, nor the movies and TV we watch or … Continue reading

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A treasure chest of Scottish records emerges from the archives

A treasure chest of Scottish records emerges from the archives  The Tobar an Dualchais/Kist O’ Riches project contains a wealth of stories and songs. Thousands of hours of traditional song, music and tales of life recorded from more than 10,000 … Continue reading

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