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 7 includes:

  • Reusing and repurposing your digital content to reduce costs and save time
    Nila Bernstengel, Sr. Digital Content Specialist, Hasbro
  • Case study: An enterprise metadata project at WWE
    Bryan Staffaroni, VP, Media Asset Management, WWE
  • Digital workflows using collaboration and leveraging metadata
    Carin Forman, Director, Digital Photo Services, HBO
  • How to future-proof your packaging design pipeline
    Benny Lee, Global 3D Design Lead - ‎The Coca-Cola Company
  • Managing preservation metadata: A case study on preservation metadata for the DPX-format
    Marjolein Steeman, Data Management Specialist and Josefien Schuurman, Information Manager, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  • How to educate DAM end-users and increase adoption
    Jennifer Anna, Photo & Digital Asset Manager, Photo Editor, World Wildlife Fund
  • Key metrics to analyze the efficiency of your DAM and promote user satisfaction
    Natalie Daller, Digital Asset Specialist, Pampered Chef
  • Metrics for measuring value of DAM
    John DeMarco, Manager - Digital Marketing Operations, 3M Corporate Marketing-Sales
  • NGO's incorporating DAM's into their operations: Customizations and considerations in building Planned Parenthood's DAM
    Brigette Supernova, Digital Asset Manager, Planned Parenthood Federation of America
  • Semantic live sport data: Technical and operational challenges from the (Glasgow/Berlin) European Championships 2018
    Jean-Pierre Evain, Principal Project Manager, European Broadcasting Union
  • Case study: Creating a fully accessible digital archive of the American Foundation for the Blind’s Helen Keller Collection
    Elizabeth Neal, Director of Communications and Helen Selsdon, Archivist, American Foundation for the Blind
  • Multi versioned media at scale
    Bruce Devlin, Chief Media Scientist, Dalet
  • Plan now or pay later: DAM design ideas for sustainability
    Michael Gellner, CTO and Lead Developer, Modula4 and David Diamond, former Director of Global Marketing, Picturepark Digital Asset Management
  • Lessons learned: Preserving oral histories of the Vietnam War
    Rachel Mandell, Metadata Librarian, University of Southern California Digital Library
  • The production log: A digital imaging capacity replication project
    Marcia McIntosh, Digital Production Librarian, Digital Projects Lab and Digital Projects Lab Manager, Digital Project Unit, University of North Texas
  • Transforming oral history content for the web using XML and XSL
    Chris Petersen, Senior Faculty Research Assistant and Ryan Wick, Analyst Programmer, Oregon State University Libraries and Press
  • Vice case study: Distributed asset management workflows
    David Schleifer, Chief Operating Officer, Primestream
  • Ingesting a mind-boggling amount of partner data into the National Archives Catalog
    Erica Boudreau, Archives Specialist (Data Standards) and Gary Stern, Archives Specialist, ‎National Archives and Records Administration
  • Using data visualization to make collections accessible
    Thomas Cleary, Archivist, Library Media Resources Center, LaGuardia Community College
  • Workflow automation through cloud-based content management systems
    Andreas Kisslinger, Managing Director, Lightcast
  • How OBID transforms unique identifiers and improve media workflow automation
    Paul Mears, President and CEO, Copperline Media
  • Using oral histories and collective access to provide user-generated metadata for home movie collections
    Candace Ming, Project Manager/Archivist The South Side Home Movie Project, University of Chicago and Brittan Dunham, Archive Director, Parkwood Entertainment
  • Applying design thinking to DAM: Business requirements and configuration requirements gathering
    Mindy Carner, Senior Manager, Optimity Advisors
  • Reinventing the media supply chain
    Nick Gold, Lead Technologist and Jason Paquin, Chesapeake Systems
  • Artificial intelligence made actionable for M&E
    Logan Ketchum, Director of Sales, North America, Veritone
  • How to map out a long term digital preservation strategy
    Andy Klein, Director, Product Marketing, Backblaze
  • How advances in screen and viewing technologies are/may impact digitization standards
    David Mindel, Digital Collections Librarian, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse