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Providing Online Access to Television History

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Presentation by Berber Hagedoorn (UU) at the NECS Conference 2012 in Lisbon, Portugal, in the panel 'Unstable Histories: The Problem of Seeing and Understanding 'Old' Television in the Digital Age'.

Presentation by Berber Hagedoorn (UU) at the NECS Conference 2012 in Lisbon, Portugal, in the panel 'Unstable Histories: The Problem of Seeing and Understanding 'Old' Television in the Digital Age'.

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  • 1. Providing Online Access to Television History: Considering the TV User Berber Hagedoorn, MA (Utrecht University) b.hagedoorn@uu.nl
  • 2. Increasing popularity of television history...... points to complex relationship betweenindividual and cultural history and memory
  • 3. Television history as powerful culturalresource for audiences Analysis of different strategies by means of which television history can become a powerful cultural resource for audiences. Focus today on:3. Cases of best practice:  EUscreen, (comparative) virtual exhibitions  BBC MemoryshareE Complexities of such contemporary strategies in accessing television history
  • 4. EUscreen virtual exhibitions Comparative virtual exhibitions: items selected by content providers, curated by academics, showcasing material and telling TV history in Europe with specific questions in mind  History of European Television (curator Dana Mustata)  Being European (curator Sian Barber) Virtual exhibition builder tool: for users (education) Content provider exhibitions (special collections)
  • 5. EUscreen sharing button
  • 6. http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/memoryshare/home
  • 7. http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/memoryshare/home
  • 8. http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/memoryshare/home
  • 9. Providing Online Access to TelevisionHistory: Considering the TV User Important preconditions:  Stimulus and presence  E.g. dates/times, events, working closely with news  Contextualization  A successful production process does not necessarily guarantee success in use
  • 10. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11767495
  • 11. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11767495

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