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Archive Collections Sustained

Sound and Vision's Erwin Verbruggen report on the international conference “Archivos digitales sustentables” in Mexico. Read more...
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Highlights of the Europeana AGM 2015

‘We are Europeana’ was the theme of this year's Europeana Annual General Meeting (AGM). Team Sound and Vision reports on the highlights of the event. Read more...

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The future of audiovisual archives

To celebrate the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage the SOIMA community has shared their ten-year vision for audiovisual preservation and access. They now invite the wider audiovisual archive community to provide feedback on their vision, and how to reach it. Read more...

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Software Engineering for Media

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) held its third Developer Conference (DevCon) on the 6th and 7th October 2015 at its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. It provided participants with an opportunity to learn about best practices in software engineering and get hands-on experience with development and deployment tools. Read more...

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Using open content in the new Sound and Vision exhibition

For the 3FM presents: Your Serious Radio exhibition, a videomapping installation of a teen room was built, made to fit with a visitors “sweet sixteen” period. For the different elements like wallpaper, posters and carpet, open source content was used as much as possible. How was this done and what problems arose? Read more...

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‘Excellent’ rating for Apps for Europe

The Apps for Europe (Apps4EU) project received an ‘excellent’ rating in its final review. An excellent rating is defined as: "the project has fully achieved its objectives and goals for the period and has even exceeded expectations".Read more...

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Sound and Vision got creative at Culture Jam 2015


On the 9th and the 10th of July the Europeana Creative Jam took place in Vienna, where Sound and Vision was well represented. Read more...

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Creative Reuse, Open Content and the Cultural Sector: A Brief History

Since founding Open Images - an open media platform, stimulating the reuse of audiovisual heritage - in 2009 and participating in numerous publicly funded research projects, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision has been an active provider, user and advocate of open cultural data and content in the cultural (heritage) sector.Read more...

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Dutch Cultural Heritage Reaches Millions Every Month

The GLAMetrics research project applies metrics for gallery, library, archive and museum collections to preform a quantitative analysis of the consequences of opening cultural data. Read more...

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Europe's Meteorological Past

As part of the EUscreenXL project, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision teamed up this spring with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to create an online exhibition that uses digital cultural heritage materials to tell the story of significant meteorological events that have occurred in Europe over the past 600 years. Read more...

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