Volume 7 (2018-19)

Each volume of Journal of Digital Media Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in the current volume, Volume 7, are:

Volume 7 Number 4 (Summer 2019)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • The implementation of IMF at Sony Pictures
    Bill Baggelaar, SVP, Production & Post-Production Technologies, Greg Geier, SVP, Production Operations Global Mastering and Servicing and Ellen Goodridge, SVP, Digital Platforms and Services, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • How to educate users on usage rights
    Jennifer Tyner, Digital Asset Manager, Progressive Insurance
  • The Montreux Jazz Digital Project: From preserving heritage to a platform for innovation
    Alain Dufaux, Operations and Development Director, EPFL Metamedia Center and Thierry Amsallem, Chair, Claude Nobs Foundation
  • Getting to success: A scenario-driven approach for selecting, implementing and deploying digital asset management systems
    Kara Van Malssen, Partner and Senior Consultant at AVP
  • Collecting born-digital material at the source: Acquisition strategies and lessons learned
    Laura Drake Davis, Digital Specialist, Moving Image Section, Library of Congress, Anne Gant, Head of Film Conservation and Digital Access, Eye Filmmuseum and Chew Tee Pao, Archivist, Asian Film Archive
  • The mission of sound archives in a post-analogue context
    Jan Müller, CEO, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
  • A human-centred design approach to digital asset management: User experience as a foundation for system-configuration design
    Mindy Carner
  • Providing digital access to newsfilm and news videotape content at the University of Georgia Libraries: A brief history
    Ruta Abolins, Director, Brown Media Archive & Peabody Awards Collection
  • The who, what, why, which, where, when of quality in cultural heritage digitisation workflows
    Dru Parrish, Digitisation Assistant, Northwestern University Libraries

Volume 7 Number 3 (Spring 2019)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • The power of key performance indicators: How aligning success metrics to company objectives elevated the importance of digital asset management at Pampered Chef
    Natalie Daller, Digital Asset Specialist, Digital Marketing, Pampered Chef
  • Distributed asset management and the cloud for VICE Media
    David Schleifer, COO, Primestream
  • Content usage in an omni-channel marketing world
    Devi Gupta, SVP of Marketing and Alliances, FADEL and Melissa Pauna, Creative Content Steward, Banana Republic
  • Now you can see (and track and manage) it: Incorporating streaming video content into ProQuest’s 360 KB
    Michelle Urberg, Metadata Librarian, 360 KB Content Team, ProQuest
  • A shifting relationship: Digitisation standards and advances in display and capture technologies
    David Mindel, Digital Collections Librarian, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • Semantic data: The challenge of live sport data
    Jean-Pierre Evain, Technology and Innovation Department, Francesco Piva, Software Engineer, European Broadcasting Union Guillaume Rachez, Project Leader, Expert in Semantic Technologies, and Cédric Klein, Perfect Memory
  • Challenges in delivering digital content in archival and production environments
    Brittan Dunham, Archive Director (private archive) and Candace Ming, Project Manager, Archivist, SSHMP
  • Street art in the library: Transforming spray paint into a digital archive and virtual reality experience
    Amy J. Hunsaker, Fine & Performing Arts Librarian, UNR and Laura Rocke, Digital Humanities Specialist, University of Nevada, Reno Libraries

Volume 7 Number 2 (Winter 2018-19)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • How Coca-Cola went three-dimensional to revolutionise its package design workflow to save time, money and foster more creativity
    Benny Lee, Global 3D Design Lead, The Coca-Cola Company
  • Metadata quality at scale: Metadata quality control at the Digital Public Library of America
    Gretchen Gueguen, Data Services Coordinator; Interim Network Manager, Digital Public Library of America
  • From lens to screen and everything in-between: Mastering the media supply chain by embracing service-oriented architectural approaches
    Nick Gold, Lead Technologist, Chesapeake Systems
  • Tools and workflows for bit-level digital preservation strategy at the University of Cincinnati
    Nathan Tallman, Digital Preservation Librarian, Penn State University Libraries and Linda Newman, Head of Digital Collections and Repositories, University of Cincinnati Libraries
  • Visually speaking: An expanded role for digital media management
    Peter Krogh
  • A camera-based approach for digitising a large-scale photographic negative collection
    Jeremy D. Moore, Digital Media Specialist, University Libraries’ Digital & Web Services Department; Lecturer in Photography, School of Art & Design, Texas State University and Todd C. Peters, Head of Digital & Web Services, Texas State University
  • The increasing importance of workflow automation for over-the-top publishing
    Andreas Kisslinger, CEO and Head of Product Development, Lightcast.com
  • The fringe benefits of change and the importance of re-envisioning workflows
    Shaula M. Stephenson, Archivist and Systems Analyst, SCC

Volume 7 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2018)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • Plan now or pay later: Sustainable design ideas for digital asset management
    Michael Gellner, Chief Technology Officer and Lead Developer for Modula4 and David Diamond, Content Management Author, Marketing Director
  • 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, AFB
  • How content intelligence and machine learning are transforming media workflows
    Jay Yogeshwar, Founder, CEO, Viometric, and Ron Quartararo, Director of Business Development, Hitachi Vantara
  • Preservation metadata for DPX files: A case study
    Marjolein Steeman, Specialist in Data Management, and Josefien Schuurman, Information Manager, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  • The production log: A digital imaging capacity replication project
    Marcia McIntosh, Digital Production Librarian, University of North Texas Libraries Digital Projects Lab and Shannon Willis, Digital Projects Lab Manager, University of North Texas Digital Project Unit
  • Multi-versioned media at scale
    Bruce Devlin, Standards Vice President, SMPTE
  • Lessons learned: Preserving oral histories of the Vietnam war
    Rachel Mandell, Metadata Librarian, University of Southern California Digital Library
  • Transforming oral history content for the web using XML and XSL
    Chris Petersen, Senior Faculty Research Assistant, Oregon State University Libraries and Press Special Collections and Archives Research Center, and Ryan Wick, Analyst Programmer, Oregon State University Libraries and Press