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Preserving interactives & IPRES2018

Digital preservation is Sound and Vision’s bread and butter. To mirror the sentiment William Kilbride expressed last week in Boston at an anniversary panel celebrating 15 years of the International Conference on Digital Preservation (iPRES)...

GIF-tastic! Let's revive the archive!

We might not always agree on how to pronounce it, but we do take GIFs very seriously. A Graphics Interchange Format, or a GIF, is such an unassuming yet very powerful format spreading virally across all digital communication channels. Its r...

The future of a community: EuropeanaTech 2018

On May 15-16th delegates from the global cultural heritage sector joined for the 3rd international EuropenaTech Conference. EuropeanaTech is the research and development branch of the Europeana Network and Foundation that focuses on topics...

Transforming the preservation of digital art

On the 22nd and 23rd of March LIMA hosted Transformation Digital Art Symposium to discuss the ins and outs of media art preservation. Within the last couple of years, LIMA has established itself as a platform of international experts who sp...

Announcement: EuropeanaTech 2018 Conference

The third international EuropeanaTech conference will take place in Rotterdam, Netherlands May 15-16 as part of the European Union Year of Cultural Heritage. Since the tremendous success of the EuropeanaTech 2015 conference it has become in...

RE:VIVE rewires Rewire with Antenes

For the third year in a row, Sound and Vision’s RE:VIVE initiative and Rewire will collaborate on a world premiere that brings together radio and telegraphy heritage as never heard before. RE:VIVE has invited Antenes (Lori Napoleon) to expa...

All aboard! Winter School 2018

Over three cold days in February 2018, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision gave a warm welcome to participants of the 3rd Annual Winter School for Audio Visual Archiving. Delivered via lectures, workshops and guest talks, one of...

Connecting people through radio

Shortwave radio used to be a powerful means to reach people all over the world. Nowadays new media technologies, such as broadband, mobiles and tablets, enable us to listen via the world wide web. Are the programming formats used by radio m...

Designers in the Archives: Open Set Lab

What do you get when you offer a group of designers access to a million-hour audiovisual archive? That was the question of the annual professional development programme Open Set Lab undertook in collaboration with the Design Academy Eindhov...