Join us today in celebrating Audiovisual Heritage Day! Today is important, because we believe that archives matter tremendously, and that preservation of information should be a priority. And there’s no better way of ensuring the survival of our audiovisual heritage than by making it publicly available.
Photo by Andy O’Dwyer: Students recording an interview with speakers at the event.
FIAT/IFTA, the International Federation of Television Archives holds an annual world conference to bring their members together. At these events contemporary issues are addressed through presentations and workshops.
Enjoy Home Movie Day with historic amateur footage from EUscreenXL on Europeana.
A future key position in media innovation or an obsolete job description? Read on to find out more about the future of archives.
Content in Motion: Curating Europe’s Audiovisual Heritage | Registration for our annual conference is open!
We invite you to our conference in Warsaw to discuss the online presence of Europe’s audiovisual collections.
On Friday, September 18th 2015, Europeana Research organized a Workshop on Tools, Services and Content Priorities in Audio and Vision at the Royal Library in Copenhagen. Read on to find out all about it! ( Read more…)
Metadata quality, interoperability, standardised access – all these are buzzwords commonly used and agreed on as being vital for resource discovery in the digital heritage sector. But what do these words actually mean? More specifically, what do they mean to us in the context of the EUscreen project?
EUscreen publishes the open access journal VIEW, which explores Europe’s television history and culture. We’re proud to announce the publication of our summer issue, which is now available in its entirety at http://journal.euscreen.eu. This seventh issue was co-edited by Andreas Fickers, Professor for Contemporary and Digital History at the University of Luxembourg, and Anne-Katrin Weber, lecturer at the University of Lausanne.