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Sound and Vision preserves a broad, ever growing media collection. By making the collection accessible, we enable everyone to learn, experience and create with its content.
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Sound and Vision is a leading institute in the field of media culture and audiovisual archiving.
The New “Stories of AV Archives” Podcast
Listen to the first episode of the new "Stories of AV Archives" podcast, released by the AV Think Tank - an international group of experts from the audiovisual and sound archiving community and digital culture professionals initiated by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.
Read the blogs 'Linking with Wikidata'
In a series of blog posts by Jesse de Vos, you read more about what Linked Data is and we take you on a pilot project in which Sound and Vision links its thesaurus with Wikidata. Read the first blog here and click through to the other two blogs (NL).
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Blog — 18 August 2014
Web archiving at Sound and Vision: outcomes of our NTR pilot
Blog — 6 May 2015
Sound and Vision Labs development
Blog — 9 January 2013
Collecting and Presenting Born-Digital Art
Blog — 15 May 2014
Tired of looking at paintings?
Blog — 14 March 2016
Collaborate for Sustainability: JTS2016
Blog — 4 October 2018
Preserving interactives & IPRES2018
Blog — 3 August 2017
Elevator Annotator: local crowdsourcing on audio annotation
Blog — 15 December 2013
Europeana Fashion Available to the Public
Blog — 9 February 2013
LinkedTV's first year concluded
Blog — 7 April 2016
Game on! at the Interactive Pasts Conference
Blog — 19 July 2017
4 inspiring stories from the Media Jaarcongres 2017
Blog — 5 March 2014
Plane Old Boring Sounds? No Way!
Sound and Vision website privacy statement
Blog — 2 April 2012
Sound and Vision Featured Archive
Blog — 4 October 2017
A Submarine Channel blog: tips for making web projects future proof
Blog — 21 May 2014
Understanding events in cultural heritage
Blog — 30 January 2017
Bit Rot Be Gone
Blog — 6 May 2013
Opening up Museums and the Web
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