Programme: 6th September

Preliminary programme
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Tuesday, September 6th 2011

9:00-10:30 Session 3: Workflows and bottlenecks
Room DNB - V
Session chair: Richard Green
Paper: A Workflow Study of Migrating Analog Multi-Track Audio Recordings to Digital Preservation File Sets Toby Seay (Drexel University, USA)
Paper: And the Survey Says…OK, but the Data Says…! Cassandra Gallegos (George Blood Audio and Video, USA)
Paper: If You Turn Over Rocks, You Will Find Things: Issues with born digital audio formats George Blood (George Blood Audio, USA)
10:30-11:00 coffee break
11:00-12:30 Session 4: New Challenges due to digitization
Room DNB - V
Session chair: Ilse Assmann
Paper: Paper: Long term access to audiovisual material creating a platform for experimentation and sharing the results Marius Snyders (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision)
Paper: Sound as museum object: digitizing the Jean Jenkins collection Susan Lewandowski (National Museum Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland)
Paper: Map your voice: a user-generated archive of English dialects Richard Ranft (The British Library, London, UK)
Tutorial 2: The migration strategy to reach persistence in small and medium collections
Room HR - K2
Tutor: Guy Maréchal (Memnon Archiving Services, Belgium)
12:30-14:00 lunch break
14:00-15:30 Session 5: Progress in national collections (1)
Room DNB - V
Session chair: Mary Ellen Kitchens
Paper: Living Memory at Radio the Voice of Vietnam, Hanoi Heidrun Speckmann, Nguyen Pham Hoa Binh (Viet nam)
Paper: Saving Cultural Heritage at Radio Nepal, Kathmandu Heidrun Speckmann, Nguyen Pham Hoa Binh (Viet nam)
Paper: The Path to Modernization at the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation Archive, Colombo Heidrun Speckmann, Nguyen Pham Hoa Binh
Tutorial 3: Selection and priorization
Room HR - K2
Tutor: Pio Pellizzari
15:30-16:00 coffee break
16:00-17:30 Session 6A: Progress in national collections (2)
Room DNB - V
Session chair: Dafydd Pritchard
Paper: Listen to Formosa: a Sound Archive Project for National Digital Archives Program of Taiwan Chun zen Huang (Taiwan)
Paper: The challenges of accessing information in the liberation movements’ archives held at the University OF Hare, South Africa. Peterson Dewah (South Africa)
Paper: Safeguarding the sound heritage to create a culture of listening Perla Olivia Rodríguez (Mexico)
Session 6B: Digital world in Broadcasting Archives
Room HR - K1
Session chair: Anke Leenings
Paper: The Digi2015 Project: Mass Digitization at the Broadcast Archives of the Bayerischer Rundfunk Jan Strack (Germany)
Paper: The “ARD Normdatenbank”, an authorities database for German Public Broadcasting stations Michael Hafner, Andreas Dan (Germany)
Paper: Radio archives boost relevance in music. European intranet for reuse of radio content Johannes Theurer (Germany)
Workshop 1.2: Handling problems in digitizing tapes and discs
Room HR – Medien-raum
Speakers: Eduardo Sanchez (Mexico), Nadja Wallaszkovits (Austria), Stefano Cavaglieri (Switzerland)
19:00- Concert "Sixtonics"
Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Eschersheimer Landstraße 29-39

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