The following is a guest post by Shira Peltzman, National Digital Stewardship Resident at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
As the National Digital Stewardship Resident placed at Carnegie Hall, I have been tasked with creating and implementing policies, procedures and best practices for the preservation of our born-digital assets. Carnegie Hall produces a staggering quantity of born-digital content every year: live concert webcasts; videos of professional development and educator workshops; artist interviews; promotional videos for festivals and performances taking place at the Hall; workshops and masterclasses; and all print media produced for the Hall, including infographics, programs, and annual reports, to cite just a few examples. A sampling of this material can be found on Carnegie Hall’s blog, which averages 400 posts per year.
Source: The Signal