COVID-19 as a driver for change in audiovisual archives

More than a year has passed since the global coronavirus outbreak. In that time audiovisual archives, like many other sectors and communities, were forced to adapt quickly to the new realm, acting in a dramatically changed operational context. Early October 2020 a group of IASA and FIAT/IFTA members from across the globe joined a virtual exchange, to share their experiences and observations, and to talk about challenges and also opportunities that have emerged in the time of crises. The discussions were led together by the Value, Use and Copyright Commission of FIAT/IFTA and the Organising Knowledge Committee of IASA.



📨 Don't forget to send in your applications for FRAME Mentoring before March 15.

👉 The programme will support you in your career path development and implement one of your projects!

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📢 Save the date! @RTEArchives and the FIAT/IFTA Media Management Commission invite you to the 11th edition of FIAT/IFTA’s “Changing Sceneries, Changing Roles” Seminars.

📅 May 25th & 26th – Dublin City University, All Hallows Campus

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📢 The research paper "Broadcasting UK Feminist Video: Mapping Local Histories and Transnational Networks of the 1980s in the BFI Archive" by @DMissero (Lancaster University) is now available on the FIAT/IFTA website!

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