Forthcoming content

A selection of articles and case studies scheduled for the new volume of Journal of Digital Media Management, Volume 10 includes

  • Why automation and integration are key to DAM success
    Paul Murphy, Digital Image Expert, UEFA
  • Validating media quality in a large-scale outsourced media migration project: The second layer
    Christoph Bauer, System Administrator for Archive-Systems and R&D Senior Expert, Österreichischer Rundfunk (ORF) and Jörg Houpert, Head of Technology, Cube-Tec International
  • Risk management for digital assets: Questions companies should be asking about their systems and workflow for asset management
    Nancy Mandowa, Account Executive, Global Digital Assets, Royal Caribbean International
  • The Glastonbury New Bands Competition Collection at The British Library: Technical challenges of migrating an optical disc collection 
    Tom Ruane, Preservation Audio Engineer & Trainer, British Library
  • The Olympic World Feed Project: Searching, acquiring and preserving the international TV signal of the Olympic Games from 1956 to 1988
    Yasmin Meichtry, Associate Director and Isabel Sánchez, Project Manager, Heritage – Images & Sounds, Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage
  • Lessons learned digitising Yiddish language collections at Cornell
    Barbara Morley, Digital Archivist (retired), Steven Calco, Research Archivist and Elizabeth Parker, Technical Services Archivist, Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation & Archives, Cornell University
  • Discovering, describing and digitising CCTV: Challenges and attempts of making New York Chinatown’s Community Television archive accessible
    Klavier Jie Ying Wang, Moving Image Archiving and Preservation, New York University
  • Building international partnerships for digitisation and preservation
    Todd Grappone, Associate University Librarian for Digital Initiatives and Information Technology, UCLA
  • Digital storage on synthetic DNA
    Jan Müller, CEO, Dutch Regional Public Broadcasting Organisation
  • My TV lies over the ocean: 12 years digitising French overseas heritage
    Genevieve Abadie, Project Manager, Brice Amouroux, Deputy Head, Technical Department, INA, Gérard Letienne, Founder and Honorary President, Vectracom and Sandrine Boulon, Reverso-Softissimo
  • Establishing an archive asset management system at Sharjah Broadcasting Authority (UAE)
    Jean-Christophe Kummer, Managing Director and Co-founder and Silvester Stöger, Project and Account Manager, Archive Asset Management, NOA Archive
  • Case study on the digitisation and commercial licensing of local television news as a model for preservation and access
    Anna Esparza, Digitization and Metadata Specialist and Morgan Davis Gieringer, Head of Special Collections, University of North Texas Libraries
  • Artificial intelligence for a role change in television archives: The Atresmedia-Etiqmedia experience
    Eugenio López de Quintana, Head of Archive, ATRESMEDIA and Antonio León Carpio, Managing Director and Founder, ETIQMEDIA
  • G.L.A.M. with a plan: Overcoming barriers to audiovisual preservation in cultural heritage institutions
    Biz Maher Gallo, Manager of Audiovisual Preservation, George Blood and Sarah Mainville, Media Preservation Librarian, Michigan State University Libraries
  • Why and how to use continuous migration in managing digital archives
    Joao Querette, CEO, Alfred
  • Case study on Loyola Marymount University’s migration to Quartex
    Jessea Young, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Loyola Marymount University
  • 80 years of literary audio archives at the Library of Congress: Preserving collections from the physical to digital
    Kristy Darby, Digital Collections Specialist, Catalina Gómez, Reference Librarian & Curator, Hispanic Reading Room and Anne Holmes, Program Specialist, Literary Initiatives, Marcus Nappier, Digital Collections Specialist, Camille Salas, Assistant Head, Digital Content Management Section, Library of Congress
  • Photographic regenerative interfaces
    Ram Shergill, Fashion Photographer
  • Badge drops and points galore: Crowdsourcing metadata at a public library archive
    Heidi Morse, Library Technician – Archives, Ann Arbor District Library
  • Why visual recognition software is a game changer for metadata creation: But machines need to get a lot smarter before we let them loose in the digital vault
    Jean Ménard, Content Manager, Second Début
  • The audible and the inaudible in a post-digitised world: Preserving both sound and object
    Lauren Walker, Head of Digital Projects, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Collections management and data-processing evolution at the French National Audiovisual Institute
    Eleonore Alquier, Deputy Director of Collections and Anne Couteux, Project Manager, INA