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July 24, 2012

EUscreen Publishes its Second Online Access to Audiovisual Heritage Status Report

Second Status Report Released EUscreen is pleased to announce its second status report Online Access to Audiovisual Heritage. In three chapters, the report gives an overview of technological developments bearing an influence on publishing and making accessible historical footage. The report discusses online heritage practices within Europe and beyond. In a field that faces constant…

July 4, 2012

Screen Media and Memory

Every year NECS, the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies, brings together a remarkable amount of archivists and scholars from all over the continent. After London, Lund and Istanbul, the 2012 NECS conference “Time Networks: Screen Media and Memory” took place in Lisbon on 21-23 June. Several of the papers given over the course of this three day event were particularly relevant to EUscreen. Conference report by Erwin Verbruggen and Berber Hagedoorn

June 25, 2012

Programme Announcement: Final EUscreen Conference

EUscreen, the best practice network for Europe’s television heritage, organises its third and final international conference on Television Heritage and the Web. The conference will take place in Budapest on 13 and 14 September 2012. The programme consists of two workshops, a plenary session with keynotes and case studies by renowned experts in the field….

April 10, 2012

EUscreen at Museums and the Web

The Museums and the Web conference is taking place this week – starting tomorrow, April 11th and continuing until the 14th. The conference constitutes a buzzing intersection between museum curators, analysts, strategists and interested folk willing to bring musems (and related instituations such as libraries and archives – the so-called GLAM-community) fully into the digital…

April 2, 2012

Two new featured archives in CST series

The ‘Featured Archive’ series on Critical Studies in Television focuses each month on a different EUscreen content provider. Its two latest installments turn the spotlights on the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and the National Library of Sweden. The piece written by Erwin Verbruggen and Evelien Wolda offers an insight into the Sound and Vision collections…

March 28, 2012

CFP: Are our archives Faster, Bigger, Stronger than ever?

For the upcoming conference of  FIAT/IFTA (the worldwide organisation that brings broadcasters and television archives together) , the organisation asks itself the question: are our archives Faster, Bigger, Stronger than ever? FIAT/IFTA examines the archive management of massive events worldwide that thrill and impact on so many people worldwide. How are we “Tagging and Archiving world events” be they international…

March 21, 2012

What is Linked Open Data?

Linked Open Data is gaining traction in the information world – but remains a concept difficult to comprehend for non-technical users.  Europeana recently launched a new web page to explain what it is and why it’s a good thing, both for users and for data providers. Linked Open Data – What is it? from Europeana…

March 8, 2012

EUscreen releases open access Journal of European Television History and Culture

Today, the EUscreen project releases the first peer-reviewed, multi-media and open access e-journal in the field of European television history and culture. The aim of this e-journal is to provide an international platform for outstanding research and reflection on television as an important part of our European cultural heritage. The Journal of European Television History…