Monthly Archives: May 2013

BBC S&PP restores Coronation footage

BBC S&PP restores Coronation footage  BBC Studios and Post Production’s Digital Media Services team has digitally restored the original black and white televised film footage of the Queen’s Coronation  The footage was first broadcast on 2 June 1953.  Amounting to … Continue reading

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APA Conference on Digital Preservation, New Delhi, India

APA Conference on Digital Preservation, New Delhi, India  Call for Papers Therefore, the organizers of this conference will like to invite research papers, case study papers and position papers based on the following thematic areas – • Case studies of … Continue reading

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A how-to guide for digital preservation

A how-to guide for digital preservation  As digital preservation becomes an increasingly widespread and accessible practice, smaller organizations as well as large can take steps toward developing strategies for implementing it in their own institutions. “Practical Digital Preservation: A How-to … Continue reading

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New Video: Digital Preservation at the Library of Congress’s Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation

New Video: Digital Preservation at the Library of Congress’s Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation  We produce occasional short videos  related to digital preservation. These videos address such topics as personal digital archiving, adding descriptions to digital photographs and the … Continue reading

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Being Me At The BBC

Being Me At The BBC Being Me travels to the BBC Archive in Perivale to meet Digitisation Operator Sarah Bello, whose job is to prove that the BBC is not just about making new content, but preserving it as well. … Continue reading

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The future’s smart but it’s also scary

The future’s smart but it’s also scary  By Kieran Clifton (Controller, FM&T Strategy) There’s one aspect of regulating public service content in a connected world that is of critical importance to audiences – and yet strangely still seems up for … Continue reading

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