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STERNA: light-weight approach for small organisations to join semantic digital library initiative

STERNA - Semantic Web-based Thematic European Reference Network Application is a best practice network that is funded through the European eContentplus Programme. STERNA serves as a showcase for using semantic web technologies and standards to link, search and access content from distributed and heterogeneous databases from European organisations of different type and size.

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Video Vortex #6, Beyond YouTube

Video Vortex #6 consists of a two-day conference on March 11th and 12th 2011, in Trouw-Amsterdam, and workshops on March 10th, 2011 by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision on the Open Images project, and a GIF mash-up video workshop by Evan Roth. The closing evening event will offer various performances and works by artists, who draw from video on the internet as their source material and inspiration.

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DigiBIC: Supporting SMEs in the Digital & Creative Industries

January 24-25 Palais des Académies, Brussels

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New AV Competence Centre will launch during Screening the Future 2011 Conference

Press release 

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Economies of the Commons 2: Paying the Costs of Making Things Free

International conference, seminar and public evening programs Amsterdam & Hilversum November 11 – 13, 2010

Conference report by Lotte Belice Baltussen and Wietske van den Heuvel

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Search in Audiovisual Broadcast Archives: promotie van Bouke Huurnink

Datum: 26 november Plaats: Amsterdam

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First EUscreen International Conference on Content Selection Policy and Contextualisation

Date: 7-8 October 2010. Location: Casa del Cinema. Largo Marcello Mastroianni 1, Rome, Italy.

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Open Architecture to Augment Landmarks for Location-Based Services

In the context of Images for the Future, The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision R&D department has designed and developed a complete technical architecture to support (mobile) location-based services for cultural heritage. This October, Sound and Vision will launch the first implementation based on this architecture in the form of an iPhone application that offers mobile access to relevant audiovisual heritage related to war monuments.

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