Volume 8 (2019-20)

Each volume of Journal of Digital Media Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 8, are:

Volume 8 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2019)

  • Editorial
  • One system to rule them all: The story of merging two inventory management systems
    Kathryn Claypool, Senior Manager, Inventory and Archive, Paramount Pictures, Chuck Woodfill, Executive Director for Inventory and Logistics, Paramount Archive, Kirsten Martin, Manager, Receipt and Archiving of Deliverable Production Assets, Paramount Pictures, Charlotte Johnson, Responsible for DAM of Preservation Material, Paramount Archive, Eric Hoff, Archive Librarian, Paramount Pictures, Jessica Storm, Media Archivist, Paramount Pictures and Andrea Kalas, Leader, Paramount Pictures Archive
  • Seeing the big picture: Developing workflows for digital moving image content
    Rachel Curtis, Digital Project Specialist, Library of Congress; Project Coordinator, AAPB and Laura Drake Davis, Digital Project Specialist, Moving Image Section, Library of Congress
  • Holistic digital asset management: How a small team scales big at Showtime Networks
    Rebecca Lantz, Director, Digital Asset Management and Stephen Hunking, Vice President, Studio Services and Digital Asset Management, Showtime Networks
  • Mass digitisation systems and open source software: A viable combination?
    Etienne Marchand, Operations Executive, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel’s Preservation and Marc Leny, Head of Research and Development, Ektacom
  • Audiovisual content description using semantic scene representation
    Juan-Antonio Pastor-Sánchez, Associate Professor, Department of Information and Documentation, University of Murcia, Virginia Bazán-Gil, Project Manager, RTVE Archive and Manuel Escribano, Chief Technology Officer, VSN
  • From digital asset management to audience: Bringing content intelligence into the realm of business impact
    Randa Minkarah, Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer, Transform
  • The collection management of Latin American broadcast media from the end of the Cold War
    Luisa Fernanda Ordóñez Ortegón, Audiovisual Archivist, Professor, Department of Information Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
  • Sustaining television news archives
    Clifford B. Anderson, Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning and Jim Duran, Curator of Born-Digital Collections, Vanderbilt University; Director, Television News Archive