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Understanding and preserving audio collections

Date: 
7 Nov 2011 to 9 Nov 2011
Location: 
London, UK

Understanding and preserving audio collections - a 3 day course, British Library, London

7 – 9 November 2011

From the end of the 19th century, sound recordings have documented some of the most significant events in culture, science and history. Custodians of audio collections are faced with the challenge of maintaining access to our priceless audio heritage, but with so many formats, from wax cylinders to the latest audio file formats, there is a risk that recordings on obsolete and fragile formats may be lost.

YADA! Scholarships for Education in Fundraising

Background
On World Day for Audiovisual Heritage 2009, AudioVisual Preservation Solutions announced the Your Archive Deserves Advocacy! Initiative (YADA!), an effort focused on promoting the people and stories behind archives as well as providing resources that support advocacy. AVPS is offering three annual awards to help offset the cost of attending Foundation Center training classes (http://www.foundationcenter.org/).

How does Fundraising Relate to Advocacy?

New Challenges in the audiovisual archiving digital domain

Date: 
26 May 2011 to 27 May 2011
Location: 
Toronto, Canada

Dear Colleagues,

A reminder that registration is open for the FIAT/IFTA Media Management Seminar 2011 being held in Toronto next month, May 26th and 27th.

Changing Sceneries Changing Roles Part V: “New Challenges in the audiovisual archiving digital domain” is a two day seminar hosted by FIAT/IFTA member Groupe Média TFO – (Télévision éducative et culturelle de l’Ontario français ) in partnership with Ryerson University, taking place at the University in Downtown Toronto.

The event is Sponsored by Front Porch Digital

Organization, marketing and use of archival digital content

Date: 
17 Oct 2011 to 21 Oct 2011
Location: 
Bry-sur-Marne, France

A training course on new technologies applied to the restoration, digitization, preservation and use of audiovisual media archives.

The FRAME training course, Future for Restoration of Audiovisual Memory in Europe, designed for the European professionals of the media industry, will take place in 2011 at Ina headquarters in Bry-sur-Marne (near Paris).

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