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Thursday, September 21 • 13:30 - 14:00
Broadcasters Dilemma with Archive Asset Management - torn between long term and production requirements.

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Broadcasters Dilemma with Archive Asset Management - torn between long term and production requirements.
With periodical changes of production formats, dissemination platforms and content distribution, broadcasters do face a dilemma, when deciding for an archive format. Very often the flavor of the current production format, which is supported by current playout systems, is found as the one fit for all answer. The downside: the discussions arise every 5 years again.

Reality shows that any delivery from the archive is somehow transcoded or rewrapped. A new approach based on this fact is, to detach content from its original media format prone to obsolesence and rely on one normalised lossless format, which is performant enough to support all business processes between legacy archive and production workflows. Managed in a dedicated Archive Asset Management (AAM), legacy essence can be enriched with content-related information and kept inside a central OAIS repository for decades to come. The paper will outline the historical dimension of such a move by listing successful examples from broadcast industry and archives and giving insights on the ongoing evolvement of technology.

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Bruce Gordon

Audio Engineer/Media Preservation Services, Harvard University

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Jean-Christophe Kummer

Jean-Christophe Kummer is managing director and co-founder of NOA Archive. He successfully brought the company from a technical niche solution provider of audio archive digitization and preservation workflows to a large scale operating archive system specialist delivering CAPEX systems... Read More →

Thursday September 21, 2017 13:30 - 14:00 CEST
Ethnologisches Museum, Room 1 (Auditorium, off the Lower Foyer) Lansstraße 8, Berlin, Germany