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Tele(visualising) Health: Television, Public health, its Enthusiasts and its Publics

20th May 2019

Tele(visualising) Health conference concentrated on public health and brought together international scholars from history, history of medicine, communication, media and film studies, television studies working on the history of television. After World War II, TV was…

Making Copyright Law Accessible – Learning on Screen

25th April 2019

How can broadcast archives promote their content and make it accessible for reuse without violating copyright regulations? We invited Bartolomeo Meletti, copyright service delivery manager at Learning On Screen and an active member in the EUscreen network, to guide us through the complex field of copyright laws…

The Annual EUscreen Network Meeting 2019

11th April 2019

On 15 March, EUscreen network partners gathered in Luxembourg for the third annual network meeting. The EUscreen Foundation Board invited its partners from European broadcast archives, collecting institutions, researchers and technologists to come together and share new ideas on the access, use and…

EXTENDED DEADLINE for FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2019

21st March 2019

The 2019 FIAT/IFTA World Conference will take place at the Rixos Hotel in Dubrovnik, Croatia, from October 22nd – 25th and will be hosted by HRT (Hrvatska Radiotelevizija) and supported by the HAVC (Croatian Audiovisual Centre) and the City of Dubrovnik.Audiovisual content today dominates every aspect of our global media…

Call for Papers: ‘Reclaiming the Screen: Addressing Overlooked Women in Film and Television’

9th March 2019

De Montfort University’s Cinema and Television History Institute (CATHI) is pleased to invite Postgraduates and Early Career Researchers to its eighth annual postgraduate conference, focusing on overlooked women in the film, television and media industries…

CADEAH: European History Reloaded

17th February 2019

On February 1, the members of the European History Reloaded: Curation and Appropriation of Digital Audiovisual Heritage (CADEAH) project met at the Institute of Contemporary History, Prague. CADEAH is a new project that researches the online circulation and appropriation of audiovisual heritage using an integrated and interdisciplinary approach…

Call for Papers: The Youthification of Television and Screen Culture

12th February 2019

Television is constantly testing its definitional boundaries. What was formerly defined by ways of transmission and screen technology, is more and more in dissolution in today’s mediated landscape. Young people, especially, are turning away from traditional broadcast television – and turning towards other screens and formats…

The MediArXiv project launched

31st January 2019

The new preprint server MediArXiv was launched in January and will begin accepting submissions on Friday, February 1. The project, initiated by Open Access in Media Studies, aims to introduce the concept of pre- and post-print publishing in the fields of media, film, and communication studies. MediArXiv encourages submissions across all domains of media, film, and…

IAMHIST Symposium “Standing in the Way of White Noise: Preserving Television History”

28th January 2019

On 25 January 2019, The International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST) and our network partner Centre National de l’Audiovisuel (CNA) hosted the symposium “Standing in the Way of White Noise: Preserving Television History”. Heritage professionals…