Forthcoming content

Articles scheduled for Volume 11 of Journal of Digital Media Management include:

  • How The Hershey Company is applying AI and full-scale automation to DAM and image syndication
    Kyle McNamara, Manager, Content Operations, The Hershey Company
  • Applying new standards to old data: wrangling metadata in a sports archive
    Rachel Mandell, Audiovisual Archivist, FIFA Audiovisual Archive
  • Collaboration in isolation: Migrating legacy finding aids during a pandemic
    Brianna Gormly, Assistant Director for Preservation Reformatting and Metadata, Preservation Division, Columbia University Libraries and Louise LoBello, Digital & Special Collections Librarian, Franklin & Marshall College
  • Designing elegant metadata
    Stephanie Lemieux, President & Principal Consultant, Dovecot Studio and Romney Whitehead, Director, Borrowed Insight
  • Cricket Media case study: Leveraging DAM to go global
    James Kendley, Director of Digital Asset Management Services, Cricket Media Services
  • Lessons learned at USC from a DAM migration
    Deborah Holmes-Wong, Director, Digital Library, USC Libraries at University of Southern California
  • From conception to reality: Implementing a truly global DAM to deliver the crucial mission of World Vision
    Micah Branaman, Communications Technical Director, Global COVID-19 Response, Laura Di Ciero, Global Librarian and Content Curation Specialist, Daniel Mason, Senior Manager of Global Content, and Leanne Pearl Tingson, Global Content Systems Supervisor, World Vision International
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation case study: We bought a MAM – what do we do with it?
    Christine Cadotte, Project Lead, Metadata Optimization and Rebecca Efrat, Library Coordinator, Semantics and Metadata, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • The first heritage video stored on DNA: A case study on the future of digital storage
    Jan Müller, CEO, Regional Public broadcasting Organisation, The Netherlands and Yasmin Meichtry, Associate Director, Olympic Foundation for Culture and Heritage
  • Building a transnational image database: A case study of the Dispersed Chinese Art Digitisation Project digital collections
    Carol Ng-He, Digital Collections Curator, Center for the Art of East Asia, Department of Art History, University of Chicago
  • Virtual exhibits and museums: How digital asset management rises to meet the challenges
    Dione Surdez, DAM Manager and Archivist-in-Residence, Origami Air Co
  • Case study: How Edrington has transformed its content lifecycle
    Megan de la Motte, Digital Content Analyst, Edrington
  • AI-powered digital asset management: The current state and future potential
    Kristina Huddart, DAM Specialist and Consultant, Huddart Consulting
  • Using an IIIF as trunk approach to digital collections delivery: Case study of the ‘Rising from the Ashes’ oral history project
    Mark Patrick Baggett, Head, Digital Initiatives, University of Tennessee Libraries and Emily Gore, Assistant Dean - Digital Initiatives and Technology Infrastructure, The University of Tennessee – Knoxville
  • The importance of meaningful metadata for your video archive and MAM
    Spencer Wilson, Director of Operations & Broadcast, Australian Football League
  • A role by any other name: a content analysis of digital asset management on library and archives job boards
    Dana Reijerkerk, Knowledge Management and Digital Assets Librarian, Cataloging & Metadata Services and Kristen J. Nyitray, Director, Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University Libraries
  • The process of developing a strategic plan for a special collections and university archives
    Mary Weppler, Library Faculty, Librarian & CA Special Collections and University Archives, CSU Stanislaus
  • Developing a central, user-tested content hub at Cancer Research UK
    Tom Alexander, Taxonomy Manager, Cancer Research UK
  • Confronting racist or derogatory titles in digitized photographs
    Zulay Chang, Specialist II, Photography Collection, The New York Public Library
  • Refining the process: An institutional approach to preparing projects for digitisation
    Marcia McIntosh, Digital Production Librarian and Jacob Mangum, Project Development Librarian, The Portal to Texas History, University of North Texas
  • A collaborative approach for the registration, deposit and digitization of Flemish film heritage
    Brecht Declercq, President of FIAT/IFTA and Digitisation and Acquisition Manager and Céline Vermeire, Project Manager Digitisation, meemoo, David Gruwez, Bruno Mestdagh, Head of Digital Film Collection and Bobbie Noë, Belgian Royal Film Archive
  • Why and how to incorporate best practice in digital preservation at the point of creation
    Tamara Thornhill, Corporate Archivist, Transport for London
  • Using DAM and AI to drive video production at Fred Rogers Productions
    Carlie Hill, Director of Growth Marketing, MediaValet
  • Addressing threats from AI-generated synthetic media
    Yvonne Ng, Archives Program Manager, WITNESS
  • Case study on using AI in digital preservation at The HistoryMakers
    Hannah Storch, Client Strategy Manager, Pixel Acuity
  • How to choose the right digital preservation tools for your institution
    Kathryn Slover, Digital Archivist/History Liason, UTA Libraries Special Collections
  • Creating pageable containers to provide access to born digital materials at the Bancroft Library
    Christina Velazquez Fidler, Digital Archivist, University of California, Berkeley, Bancroft Library
  • Reconsidering silos
    Tammy Troup, Digital Preservation Librarian, Heather M. Campbell, Metadata Management Librarian, Chris Dieckman, Cataloging and Metadata Librarian and Laura Sullivan, Digital Collections Librarian, Iowa State University Library