IASA journal No 37, July 2011

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  1. Editorial & President’s Letter
  2. Organising Knowledge: OK! What our catalogues and metadata have to do with the semantic web and linked data
    Simon Rooks (Multi-Media Archivist, BBC) & Guy Maréchal (Senior Adviser: Titan & Memnon)
  3. Publishing Europe’s television heritage on the Web: the EUscreen project
    Johan Oomen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum, Netherlands and Vassilis Tzouvaras, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  4. ‘What we believe we are, say we are and demonstrate we are’: a quantitative analysis of the attitudes of audiovisual archivists
    Tim Bathgate, Radio New Zealand Sound Archives / Nga Taonga Korero
  5. Developing an MXF audiovisual preservation file wrapper specification in the Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative
    Carl Fleischhauer, Library of Congress, USA
  6. Using existing institutional resources for establishing and preserving audio-visual collections
    Toby Seay, Drexel University, Philadelphia
  7. An overview of early commercial wildlife recordings at the British Library
    Cheryl Tipp, Curator, Wildlife Sounds, British Library
  8. Embedded metadata in WAVE files: a look inside issues and tools
    Chris Lacinak, AudioVisual Preservation Solutions, USA
  9. The Collector’s Guide to Victor Records by Michael W. Sherman in collaboration with Kurt R. Nauck III. Revised Second Edition, 2010
    Reviewed by Richard Green, Library and Archives Canada