Forthcoming content

Each volume of Journal of Digital Media Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. A selection of the peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies scheduled for publication in Volume 8 includes:

  • Mass digitization systems and open-source software: A viable combination?
    Etienne Marchand, Operations Executive, Preservation, Delivery and Digital Archiving, INA and Marc Leny, Head of R&D Department, Ektacom
  • Seeing the big picture: Developing workflows for digital moving image content
    Rachel Curtis, Digital Project Specialist and Laura Drake Davis, Digital Project Specialist, National Audiovisual Conservation Center, The Library of Congress
  • One system to rule them all: The story of merging two inventory management systems
    Kathryn Claypool, Senior Manager – Inventory and Archive, Paramount Pictures (et al)
  • Scaling in an evolving media environment
    Rebecca Lantz, Director, Digital Asset Management and Stephen Hunking, Vice President, Studio Services and Digital Asset Management, Showtime Networks Inc., A CBS Company
  • The future of tape and how media asset managers can make smart, forward-looking decisions for the future of their content
    Anne Graham, Assistant Manager, Media Management, Turner Sports Library
  • Case study on a 10k scanning test and what it reveals about mastering film in higher than 4k resolutions
    Laurel Warbrick, Director, Alternate Versions and Remastering, HBO
  • Case study on Wilson Sporting Goods’ DAM migration project
    Emily Vargas, Global Manager, Digital Asset Management, Creative Group, Wilson Sporting Goods
  • Reusing and repurposing your digital content to reduce costs and save time
    Nila Bernstengel, Sr. Digital Content Specialist, Hasbro
  • Case study on metadata enrichment at Al Jazeera Media Network
    Dabeer Pervize, Senior Media Archivist, Post-Production Department, Network Operations Directorate and Essam Mohiy, Media Asset Supervisor, Al Jazeera Media Network
  • Takeaways from a seven-year digitization project at the National Institute of Standards and Technology
    Katelynd Bucher, Metadata Librarian, Information Services Office, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • Digital innovation and transformation challenges: How digitization has revolutionized sport media production, broadcasting and multimedia distribution
    Emanuele Balossino, Senior Organization Analyst, Gruppo Mediaset
  • Describing audiovisual contents using semantic representation
    Juan-Antonio Pastor-Sánchez, Universidad de Murcia, Virginia Bazán Gil, Radio Televisión Española and Manuel Escribano, VSN
  • How to educate end-users and increase adoption
    Jennifer Anna, Photo & Digital Asset Manager, World Wildlife Fund
  • Adopting an innovative strategy and workflow to transform operations to support production at Radio-Canada Media Library and Archives
    Patrick Monette, Senior Director, Radio-Canada Libraries and Archives
  • When AI and video metadata collide: A learning curve
    Mark Milstein, Founder, Microstocksolutions
  • Where and how should your digital assets and content be stored
    Suzanne Saylor, Digital Asset Management Specialist, Boeing
  • Enterprising over enterprise, how to grow a DAM
    Matt Westrup, VP Operations, A+E Networks
  • Best practices in DAM vendor selection
    Alexandra Lederman, Digital Asset Manager, The New School
  • Case study on The Merrill-Cazier Library’s recent digital preservation audit
    Todd Welch, Associate Dean, Special Collections and Digital Initiatives, Merrill-Cazier Library
  • DAM smart content: How AI changes the way content is created, managed, published and consumed
    Sebastian Picklum, Director Research & Development, Canto
  • Case study on crowdsourcing metadata practices at Utah State University
    Randy Williams, Assistant Librarian and Affiliate Folklore Faculty, Special Collections and Archives, Utah State University Libraries
  • A content management case study: Migrating 10 years of library digital collection data at the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center
    Stephanie Williams, Digital Projects Programmer, North Carolina Digital Heritage Center
  • Audiovisual accessibility: Evaluating workflows for closed captioning and transcripts
    Jeremy Myntti, Head of Digital Library Services, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
  • Digital transformation in (film) archives
    Jan Muller, CEO, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
  • Case study on selecting, purchasing, and setting up a new digital camera/capture system in a new space
    Louisa Trott, Digital Projects Librarian, University of Tennessee
  • Opening the RTS archives using AI
    Pietro Rezzonico, Product Owner, Data and Archives, Radio Télévision Suisse
  • How to run a repository: Open documentation of 15 years' experience
    Erin Faulder, Associate Archivist and Digital Archivist, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections and Jim DelRosso, Associate Librarian and Digital Projects Coordinator, Martin P. Catherwood Library, Cornell University
  • Collection management of broadcasting sources of the end of the Cold War in Latin America
    Luisa Fernanda Ordóñez Ortegón, Audiovisual Archivist, RTVC