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February 5, 2015

Apply now for FRAME 2015: Enhance the value of your media content

FRAME is a training course on new technologies applied to the restoration, digitization, preservation and use of audiovisual and cinematographic archives. The 2015 edition of the FRAME seminar, dedicated to European and non European professionals of the media industry, will take place in June and October, hosted by Ina EXPERT in partnership with EBU, FIAT/IFTA and…

November 19, 2014

Celebrating Balkans’ Memory

The Balkans brim with history. The Balkan’s Memory project attempted, for the last three years, to reach out and bring tools to the region to preserve it. An ambitious goal, uniting film and television archives from across all different countries in the region. In Sarajevo, the project celebrated its achievements with a final conference, at…

April 16, 2014

EUscreenXL Conference 2014 Rome – CALL FOR PAPERS AND WORKSHOPS

EUscreenXL Conference 2014 Rome CALL FOR PAPERS AND WORKSHOPS From Audience to User: New Ways of Engaging with Audiovisual Heritage Online EUscreenXL welcomes You to the EUscreenXL Conference 2014 on October 30-31 in Casa del Cinema in Villa Borghese, Rome (Italy)! Attracting audiences and engaging users with content has become a key issue for archivists,…

October 28, 2010

World Day for Audiovisual Heritage: TVC digital archive holds more than 135.00 hours of video

Press release from TVC UNESCO had proclaimed 27 October as World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, to highlight the importance of audiovisual materials (films, records video and audio, radio and television) and  to encourage the protection and preservation of this documents as  fundamental part of the cultural heritage and  expression of national identity. The social and…

October 27, 2010

Save and Savour – Now! UNESCO’s World Day for Audiovisual Heritage

Today is UNESCO’s World Day for Audiovisual Heritage and this year’s theme is “ Save and Savour – Now!”  According to UNESCO, audiovisual heritage contains the records of the 20th and 21st century, but is also vulnerable in it’s current status. There are only 10 to 15 years left to digitize audiovisual records to prevent…