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311.1 Latin American Observatory of sound and audiovisual archives (paper presentation)

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Category: Communication

Description: News, paradigm-shifting ideas, social movements, scientific discoveries and artistic creations have all been documented through audiovisual recordings. These recordings have, more than any other medium, created social memory, documented contemporary history and now form part of our Intangible Cultural Heritage. The only way to guarantee the permanence of content recorded on analogue audio-visual media is to digitize it (Bradley, 2006). For this reason, the race against time to digitize the largest number of recordings possible began around the end of the last century. The purpose is combating their technological obsolescence and material degradation as well as offering better access to these materials.

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  • 311. Preserving Audiovisual Formats

    The two papers in Session 311 explore the issues and topics pertaining to the theme of Preserving Audiovisual Formats with examples of practice. Sessi...

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