EUscreen is pleased to announce its second status report on ‘Online Access to Audiovisual Heritage’.
In three chapters, the report gives an overview of technological developments bearing an influence on publishing and making accessible historical footage. The report discusses online heritage practices within Europe and beyond.
Please find the press release below and at http://blog.euscreen.eu/?p=3235
You can download the Status Report at http://bit.ly/OVLcZV [PDF]
With kind regards and apologies for possible cross-posts,
Thank you for sharing,
Erwin Verbruggen & the EUscreen consortium
• Download the Second EUscreen Status Report [PDF]: http://bit.ly/OVLcZV
• Download the First EUscreen status report [PDF]: http://bit.ly/MF1hsL
• Information about the final EUscreen conference: https://euscreen2012.eventbrite.com/
The EUscreen project has published 30.000 television items online in an act to make historical audiovisual content widely accessible. EUscreen started in October 2009 as a three-year project funded by the European Commission’s eContentplus programme. A beta version of the portal was launched in 2011 and is also directly connected to Europeana. EUscreen is co-ordinated by University of Utrecht and its consortium consists of 28 partners and 10 associate partners (comprising audiovisual archives, research institutions, technology providers and Europeana) from 20 different European countries.
For the EUscreen portal, visit: http://www.euscreen.eu/
For events info and updates on the project, visit http://blog.euscreen.eu
For the Journal of European Television History and Culture, visit http://journal.euscreen.eu