Volume 5 (2016-17)

Each volume of Journal of Digital Media Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 5, are:

Volume 5 Number 4 (Summer 2017)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • The business and technical challenges of forensic watermarking for ultra-high definition
    Eric Diehl, VP Media and Content Security at Sony Pictures Entertainment
  • Metadata as a value multiplier in sports production: Case study of Production House Werne
    David Schleifer, Chief Operating Officer, Primestream
  • Building a 21st century archive: Migrating and providing access to the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust testimonies
    Kevin L. Glick, Head of Digital Information Systems and Archivist in Manuscripts and Archives, Rebecca Hirsch, Head of the Digital Services Unit, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library and Stephen Naron, Director, Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University Library
  • The impact of ‘smart content’ and metadata from creation to distribution
    Diane Burley, Chief Content Strategist and Nancy Silver, Principal Solutions Architect, MarkLogic Corporation
  • Facing History and Ourselves: Creating a trove of digital assets
    Eva Radding, Digital Archive and Library Systems Manager, Facing History and Ourselves and Karl Facredyn, Founder, Orange Logic
  • Building semantic biomedical/scientific publishing classification systems in the context of both publishing and centralised document management
    Kurt Cagle, Founder, Semantical
  • Audiovisual media is not an island: How relating paper and media collections can enhance discoverability
    Stephanie Sapienza, Project Manager, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
  • A legacy of publications: Case study of the NIST Technical Series publications digitization project
    Katelynd Bucher, Metadata Librarian, Information Services Office of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • VidAngel: Consumer choice, media law and the future of content flexibility
    Scott D. Roberts, Associate Professor of Marketing and MBA Director, University of the Incarnate Word and Russell E. Rains, Associate Professor of Management at St. Edward’s University

Volume 5 Number 3 (Spring 2017)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • Disaster recovery of media archives
    Grant Nodine, SVP, Technology, NHL
  • The file factory: The big video revolution
    Tim Napoleon, Chief Strategist, AllDigital
  • Tools and technologies for enhancing access to audiovisual archives: The Singapore journey
    Lai Tee Phang, Senior Assistant Director, Audio Visual Archives, National Archives of Singapore and Wai Yee Soh, Senior Manager, Systems Applications and Operations, National Library Board
  • Incorporating education standards into digital collections’ metadata: A case study
    Laura Sheets, Instruction Librarian, Volunteer State Community College, Gallatin and Jessica Short, Manager of Content Production, Ex Libris, Seattle
  • Smart ways to ensure a glitch-free live video streaming experience
    Joe Arena, Senior Vice President of Advanced Services, Yorktel
  • Maximising efficiency and standardisation in digitisation at University of Houston Libraries: A programme-based vs project-based approach
    Annie Wu, Head of Metadata and Digitization Services and Drew Krewer, Digitization Services Coordinator, University of Houston Libraries
  • Designing and building the post-analogue audiovisual archive
    Jan Müller, CEO, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  • The revenant: Creating access to legacy card catalogues
    Bethany Scott, Coordinator of Digital Projects and Emily Vinson, Audiovisual Archivist and curator, KUHT Collection, University of Houston Libraries
    Special Collections
  • From analogue to digital: The evolutionary design of the C-SPAN Archives
    Robert X. Browning, Professor of Political Science and Communication at Purdue University, Founder & Executive Director, C-SPAN Archives

Volume 5 Number 2 (Winter 2016/2017)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • Managing the assets and metadata in the ITV archive: A strategy led by content rights
    Heather Powell, Content Management, ITV
  • Transitioning to the Big Video Workflow: How to build high-performance video workflows using media asset management
    Rahul Bhargava, Chief Technology Officer, Evolphin Software
  • Preserving the legacy software media found in the Stephen M. Cabrinety Collection in the History of Microcomputing, c. 1975–1995
    Charlotte C. Thai, Manager, Archives & Metadata, HBO and Douglas White, National Software Reference Library project Lead, NIST
  • Beyond oral history: Using the Oral History Metadata Synchronizer to enhance access to audiovisual collections
    Craig Breaden, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University Callie Holmes, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Alex Kroh, Walter J. Brown Media Archives And Peabody Awards Collection, University of Georgia Special Collections Library
  • Frame-by-frame: The Ephemeral Films Project
    Lindsay Zarwell, Film Archivist, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Creating a digital and physical corporate archive: Case study of a national restaurant chain
    Mindy Carner, Manager, Optimity Advisors
  • Issues in academic library streaming video 169
    Deg Farrelly, Associate Librarian Arizona State University Libraries
  • Processing film collections labelled in non-Latin alphabets: The Indian cinema collection
    Spencer Churchill, The George Eastman Museum

Volume 5 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2016)

  • Digital asset management is not software or a system, but how to do business 
    Beth Goldstein
  • The Wellcome Library Collaborative Mental Health Digitisation Project: Lessons learned to date 
    Emma Hancox, Archivist, Library of Birmingham, Rioghnach Ahern, Digital Ingest Coordinator, Digital Services and Dave Thompson, Digital Curator, Digital Services, Wellcome Library, The Wellcome Trust
  • Content re-monetisation: How to have your cake and eat it too 
    Venu Vasudevan, Adjunct Professor, Rice University, Myungcheol Doo, Research Engineer, Faisal Ishtiaq, Distinguished Member of Technical Staff and Tony Braskich, Distinguished Advanced Research Engineer, Applied Research Center, ARRIS Group
  • Audio-visual enterprise at a regional academic archive: Case study of EXTRA 
    Jessica Breiman, Assistant Moving Image and Sound Archivist, Tawnya Keller, Interim Assistant Head, Digital Preservation and Molly Rose Steed, Assistant Head, Moving Image and Sound Archivist, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
  • A museum goes meta: Initiating enterprise content management at the Minneapolis Institute of Art 
    Frances Lloyd-Baynes, Content Database Specialist and Joshua Lynn, Digital Media Specialist, Minneapolis Institute of Art
  • Methods and systems for cross-channel media asset management processing and delivery 
    Ariel Nishri, VP Product Development, Technology, MX1
  • Beyond traditional art: Strategies for the preservation of digital art 
    Carmen Cowick, Preservation and Collections Care Consultant, Preserve This
  • Open Oregon Digital: Transforming metadata for the semantic web 
    Julia Simic, Metadata and Digital Production Librarian and Sarah E. Seymore, Digital Metadata Technician, Digital Scholarship Center, University of Oregon