Monthly Archives: November 2013

[]amin Britten on Cam[ ]

[ ]amin Britten on Cam[ ] by John Wyver Each time I return grumpily to the topic of today’s post I feel the need to apologise to regular readers. I know that I have taken on several times before the … Continue reading

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10 Tips for creating a copyright policy

10 Tips for creating a copyright policy   Create an effective copyright compliance policy for your organization Each day employees share copyrighted content in the normal course of doing business. But in the rush to get things done, even well-intentioned employees … Continue reading

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Introducing Helpouts: Help when you need it over live video

Introducing Helpouts: Help when you need it over live video  What if getting help for a computer glitch, a leaky pipe, or a homework problem was as easy as clicking a button? What if you could connect via real-time video … Continue reading

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Digital Curation News

Digital Curation News (11/4/2013) #digitalpreservation Introducing Next Year’s Model, The Data-Crate; Applied Standards for Data-Set Packaging Library of Congress Contributes Chapter to New Personal Digital Archiving Book Research Data Management: Practical Strategies for Information Professionals [forthcoming book] Report on Data … Continue reading

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How Future is bringing TV values to online video

How Future is bringing TV values to online video Experimenting with scheduling on YouTube has played a major part in boosting views for the publisher Scheduled programming, standardised show lengths and ad breaks to set your watch by – the … Continue reading

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“Mother of DAM” webinar recording online now

“Mother of DAM” webinar recording online now What were you doing in 1990? Chances are, you weren’t involved with Digital Asset Management, because it hadn’t yet been invented. Jennifer Neumann is most often credited for changing that, and now she’s … Continue reading

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Gaumont Pathé Archives moves to HD

Gaumont Pathé Archives moves to HD  Gaumont Pathé Archives moves to HD with Opsomai. Since 2009, Gaumont Pathé Archives has relied on Opsomai’s Opsis Media software for the conservation and the on-line distribution of its 15.000 hours of video archives. … Continue reading

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