Media Management Seminar 2023

Recordings Vol.3

Media Management Seminar 2023

The FIAT/IFTA Media Management Commission (MMC), RTÉ, and Coimisiún na Meán hosted the Media Management Seminar 2023 in Dublin, Ireland, with the support of TG4.

The 11th edition of FIAT/IFTA’s Changing Sceneries, Changing Roles seminars had Digital Transformation, Sustainability and Media Archives: Challenges and Opportunities as its theme.

Over the following weeks, the recordings from the Media Management Seminar will be published on the FIAT/IFTA website and YouTube page. Videos from 1 – 3 presentations will be shared weekly each Thursday, with the final recording being shared on Thursday, December 28th 2023.

This week’s sessions are:

  • Sustainability in File Security and File Quality by Gerhard Stanz (ORF).
  • Archive for Rent! The Challenges of the Digital Archivists by Annelies Cordes & Hester Bus (Sound & Vision).

You can access all current and future recordings on the Media Management Seminar 2023 page.

Sustainability in File Security and File Quality

by Gerhard Stanz

ORF

Sustainability in File Security and File Quality

In this talk, we would like to discuss questions like:

  • How many files do we store and why?
  • What should we know about file quality?
  • Which factors affect file quality, and what has the archive got to do with it?
  • Short-, Mid- and Long-Term Strategies to deal with imperfect files?

The talk will not go into technical details but will focus on the aspects concerning archive media management.

Gerhard Stanz

Gerhard Stanz works at the Multimedia Archive of the ORF (Austrian Broadcasting Cooperation). He started his work as a Television Archivists in all the classical job-roles of archiving, documenting, researching of, as well as creating out of archive material. The informatization of the media business led him to his current job-role as “Systems Developer”. In this position he acts as an intermediary between the technical departement and archive users in operating, maintaining, troubleshooting,testing and further developing the it-infrastructure of the archive. His main responsibility at the ORF is the file-archive.

Sustainability in File Security and File Quality

Archive for Rent! The Challenges of the Digital Archivists

by Annelies Cordes & Hester Bus

Sound & Vision

Archive for Rent! The Challenges of the Digital Archivists

Sound & Vision’s archiving activities traditionally revolve around ingesting and preserving the radio and television of Dutch public broadcasters. However, as a result of different fusions, acquisitions and tenancies, different types of materials (both audiovisual and non-av) and accompanying non-standardized metadata are becoming a steadily larger chunk of our collections. Sound & Vision will present the impact of these changes in terms of metadata ingest, thesaurus use and overall work practices.

Annelies Cordes & Hester Bus

Annelies started at Sound & Vision as team leader of the Digitization Department and is currently working as a Project Coordinator. As Project Coordinator, she is involved in various digital ingest projects, including the digital archive service Tenancies at Sound & Vision.

Hester is currently working at the ingest department of Sound and Vision. As an analyst, she is involved in various digital ingest projects, with a main focus on metadata solutions. Within the digital archive service Tenancies at Sound and Vision, Hester ensures that metadata from depositors are carefully ingested into the MAM system.

Archive for Rent! The Challenges of the Digital Archivists

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