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Presentation of the project and our key learnings at FRAME(Future for Restoration of Audiovisual Memory in Europe) at INA in Paris.

Presentation of the project and our key learnings at FRAME(Future for Restoration of Audiovisual Memory in Europe) at INA in Paris.

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  • 1. DR’S CULTURALHERITAGE PROJECT FRAME, Paris, June 24th 2011
  • 2. DR IN GENERAL ‣ DR (DANISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION) ‣ INDEPENDENT PUBLIC SERVICE INSTITUTION ‣ FOUNDED IN 1925 ‣ DENMARK’S OLDEST AND LARGEST ELECTRONIC MEDIA ENTERPRISE ‣ DR IS FUNDED BY LICENSE FEE THAT IS PAID BY DANISH HOUSEHOLDS ‣ EVERY DAY MORE THAN 9 OUT OF 10 DANES USE DR ON TV, RADIO OR WEB AND DURING A FULL WEEK. DR REACHES 98% OF ALL DANES
  • 3. TV - 6 CHANNELS
  • 4. TV IN SHORT ‣ ALL DR’S TV CHANNELS ARE AVAILABLE FREE-TO-AIR ‣ ON A WEEKLY BASIS DR’S TV CHANNELS ARE VIEWED BY 78% OF ALL DANES ‣ THE VAST MAJORITY (ALMOST 70%) OF THE PROGRAMS ON DR TV ARE PRODUCED IN DENMARK BY DR OR INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS
  • 5. RADIO - 10 CHANNELS
  • 6. RADIO IN SHORT ‣ EACH WEEK 87% OF ALL DANES TUNE INTO AT LEAST ONE OF DR’S 3 FM STATIONS AND 7 DAB CHANNELS ‣ LISTENERS SPEND APPROXIMATELY 75% THEIR LISTENING TIME ON A DR RADIO CHANNEL ‣ DR IS ALSO A MARKET DRIVER IN DIGITAL RADIO WITH A STRONG PRESENCE ON BOTH DIGITAL BROADCASTING (DAB) AND WEB RADIO ‣ DR RADIO HAS A STRONG COMMITMENT TO DANISH MUSIC IN TERMS OF AIRTIME, COVERAGE AND EVENTS ‣ MUSIC CHANNELS AIRS APROXIMATELY 40% DANISH MUSIC
  • 7. NEW MEDIA
  • 8. NEW MEDIA IN SHORT ‣ THE LAUNCH OF DR’S WEBSITE DR.DK IN 1996 ‣ MOST POPULAR DANISH CONTENT SITE ON THE INTERNET ‣ SITE IS CURRENTLY GOING THROUGH A MAJOR TRANSFORMATION TO BETTER REALIZE THE POTENTIAL OF THE WEB FOR PERSONALIZATION, COMMUNITIES AND OPENNESS ‣ DR IS ALSO PRESENT WITH NEWS AND SERVICES ON MOBILE DEVICES ‣ DR HAS CONTENT OUTDOORS IN A NUMBER OF PUBLIC SPACES, FOR INSTANCE ON TRAINS, IN MALLS AND IN ‘CITIZEN CENTERS’ ‣ NEWS APP ‘DR-NYHEDER’ - 150.000 DOWNLOADS ‣ RADIO APP ‘DR RADIO’ - 100.000 DOWNLOADS IN TWO WEEKS
  • 9. DR’S CULTURALHERITAGE PROJECT Facts about the project
  • 10. BACKGROUND ‣ POLITICAL FOCUS ON DIGITISATION ‣ A FULLY DIGITAL MEDIA CITY DR-BYEN ‣ A NEED FOR SECURING THE ARCHIVE ‣ INCREASING NEED FOR DIGITAL CONTENT, FLEXIBLE DATA AND ACCESSABLITY
  • 11. GOALS
  • 12. DIGITISE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF CONTENT FOR A MINIMUM PRICE IN A GIVEN QUALITY
  • 13. USE IS VALUE POLITICAL APPROACH
  • 14. RE-USE IS VALUE PRODUCTION APPROACH
  • 15. “DR MUST WORK ACTIVELY WITHIN THE POSSIBLE FRAMEWORK TO MAKE DR’SPROGRAM ARCHIVES AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC AND THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY”DR’s Public Service Contract for 2011-2014
  • 16. 10 MILLION € FROM THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE
  • 17. DIGITISATION OF 570.000 HOURS FROM OUR ARCHIVE
  • 18. COOPERATE WITH THE NATIONAL CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS
  • 19. OURORGANISATION
  • 20. DR’S CULTURAL HERITAGE PROJECT RESEARCH & DOKUMENTATIONDIGITISATION & TECHNOLOGY & COOPERATION &PRESERVATION DEVELOPMENT DISSEMINATION
  • 21. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS
  • 22. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS
  • 23. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS DIGITISATION & PRESERVATION
  • 24. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS DIGITISATION & PRESERVATION
  • 25. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS COOPERATION & DISSEMINATION DIGITISATION & PRESERVATION
  • 26. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS COOPERATION & DISSEMINATION DIGITISATION & PRESERVATION
  • 27. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS COOPERATION & TECHNOLOGY & DISSEMINATION DEVELOPMENT DIGITISATION & PRESERVATION
  • 28. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS COOPERATION & TECHNOLOGY & DISSEMINATION DEVELOPMENT DIGITISATION & PRESERVATION
  • 29. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS COOPERATION & TECHNOLOGY & DISSEMINATION DEVELOPMENT DIGITISATION & RESEARCH & PRESERVATION DOKUMENTATION
  • 30. WORKFLOW IN THE 4 UNITS COOPERATION & TECHNOLOGY & DISSEMINATION DEVELOPMENT DIGITISATION & RESEARCH & PRESERVATION DOKUMENTATION
  • 31. DIGITISATION &PRESERVATION
  • 32. DIGITISATION &PRESERVATIONARCHIVE ‣ PRESERVE THE
  • 33. DIGITISATION &PRESERVATIONARCHIVE ‣ PRESERVE THE ‣ OPTIMIZE HUMAN & DIGITAL WORKFLOWS
  • 34. DIGITISATION &PRESERVATIONARCHIVE ‣ PRESERVE THE ‣ OPTIMIZE HUMAN & DIGITAL WORKFLOWS ‣ SEARCH THE MARKET FOR NEW BENIFICIAL TECHNOLOGY AND PROCESSES
  • 35. DIGITISATION &PRESERVATIONARCHIVE ‣ PRESERVE THE ‣ OPTIMIZE HUMAN & DIGITAL WORKFLOWS ‣ SEARCH THE MARKET FOR NEW BENIFICIAL TECHNOLOGY AND PROCESSES ‣ STRATEGIC COOPERATION FOR DIGITISATION SOLUTIONS
  • 36. COOPERATION &DISSEMINATION
  • 37. COOPERATION &DISSEMINATION AND INTERNAL COOPERATION ‣ DEVELOP EXTERNAL
  • 38. COOPERATION &DISSEMINATION AND INTERNAL COOPERATION ‣ DEVELOP EXTERNAL ‣ SHARE KNOWLEDGE, COMPETENCIES, RESSOURCES AND CONTENT
  • 39. COOPERATION &DISSEMINATION AND INTERNAL COOPERATION ‣ DEVELOP EXTERNAL ‣ SHARE KNOWLEDGE, COMPETENCIES, RESSOURCES AND CONTENT ‣ DISSEMINATE CONTENT AND CREATE CONCEPTS
  • 40. COOPERATION &DISSEMINATION AND INTERNAL COOPERATION ‣ DEVELOP EXTERNAL ‣ SHARE KNOWLEDGE, COMPETENCIES, RESSOURCES AND CONTENT ‣ DISSEMINATE CONTENT AND CREATE CONCEPTS ‣ CREATE VALUE FOR DR’S USERS
  • 41. COOPERATION &DISSEMINATION AND INTERNAL COOPERATION ‣ DEVELOP EXTERNAL ‣ SHARE KNOWLEDGE, COMPETENCIES, RESSOURCES AND CONTENT ‣ DISSEMINATE CONTENT AND CREATE CONCEPTS ‣ CREATE VALUE FOR DR’S USERS ‣ PREREQUISITE FOR FUTURE DISSEMINATION EG. METADATA
  • 42. TECHNOLOGY &DEVELOPMENT
  • 43. TECHNOLOGY &DEVELOPMENTARCHIVE SYSTEM – GEO-INDEPENDENT ‣ ONLINE MEDIA
  • 44. TECHNOLOGY &DEVELOPMENTARCHIVE SYSTEM – GEO-INDEPENDENT ‣ ONLINE MEDIA ‣ SHARE CONTENT & DATA ACROSS DIFFERENT COLLECTIONS
  • 45. TECHNOLOGY &DEVELOPMENTARCHIVE SYSTEM – GEO-INDEPENDENT ‣ ONLINE MEDIA ‣ SHARE CONTENT & DATA ACROSS DIFFERENT COLLECTIONS ‣ EASY MULTILINGUAL METADATA PRODUCTION AND EDITING
  • 46. TECHNOLOGY &DEVELOPMENTARCHIVE SYSTEM – GEO-INDEPENDENT ‣ ONLINE MEDIA ‣ SHARE CONTENT & DATA ACROSS DIFFERENT COLLECTIONS ‣ EASY MULTILINGUAL METADATA PRODUCTION AND EDITING ‣ SOLR (OPEN SOURCE) INDEXED SEARCH ENGINE
  • 47. RESEARCH &DOKUMENTATION
  • 48. RESEARCH &DOKUMENTATIONSHARING KNOWLEDGE ‣ A FOUNDATION FOR AND RESEARCH
  • 49. RESEARCH &DOKUMENTATIONSHARING KNOWLEDGE ‣ A FOUNDATION FOR AND RESEARCH ‣ USER STUDIES AND WORKSHOPS
  • 50. RESEARCH &DOKUMENTATIONSHARING KNOWLEDGE ‣ A FOUNDATION FOR AND RESEARCH ‣ USER STUDIES AND WORKSHOPS ‣ DOCUMENT VALUECREATION, INNOVATION, COOPERATION AND PROCESSES
  • 51. RESEARCH &DOKUMENTATIONSHARING KNOWLEDGE ‣ A FOUNDATION FOR AND RESEARCH ‣ USER STUDIES AND WORKSHOPS ‣ DOCUMENT VALUECREATION, INNOVATION, COOPERATION AND PROCESSES ‣ CONTROLLING REPEATING DELIVERIES IN THE PROJECT
  • 52. THE ARCHIVE DR Archive & Research
  • 53. RESEARCH UNIT CREATIVE AND ACTIVE RESEARCHERS AVAILABLE FOR THE PRODUCTION TEAMS RESEARCH IN: THE RADIO, THE TELEVISION AND THE STILL COLLECTIONS A VERY WIDE RANGE OF DATABASES TRADITIONAL REFERENCE LITERATURE RESEARCHERS TEACH AND SUPERVISE IN THE ARCHIVE AND PRODUCTION SYSTEM AS THEY DO IN INFORMATION DATABASES AND OTHER RESEARCH TOOLS IN ORDER TO FOSTER THE USERS TO HELP THEMSELVES.
  • 54. ARCHIVE & METADATA BESIDES, ANY SYSTEMS AND STANDARDS MUST ‣ SUPPORTS THE ”OPEN ACHIVE” ‣ EXPLOIT THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT ‣ REFLECT THE TIME WE LIVE IN (USER-PARTICIPATION, USER- GENERATED PERSPECTIVES) ‣ SUPPORT MULTI-MEDIALITY PRODUCTION DECENTRALIZED WORK PROCESSES ALL THE STAFF PROVIDES METADATA → DIVERSE METADATA FOR THE USERS (TECHNICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE ETC.)
  • 55. PRODUCTION SUPPORT DR PRODUCTION SUPPORT HANDLES AND CONVERTS ALL FORMATS FAST, EFFECTIVELY AND PROFESSIONALLY. ALSO, DR PRODUCTION SUPPORT PROVIDES QUALITY CHECK OF NEW PRODUCTIONS FOR BROADCASTING OFFERS A WIDE RANGE OF TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS IN THE POST-PRODUCTION PHASE IN ORDER TOSECURE THE BEST POSSIBLE PRODUCTS.
  • 56. THE COLLECTION
  • 57. 1”CTV FORMATS IN THE ARCHIVE 13.500 TIMER U-MATIC HB LB SP 1.800 TIMER 1D 1.275 TIMER 1”B 5.400 TIMER DVC PRO 3.319 timer DIGITAL BETA BETACAM 10.880 timer 32.639 timer
  • 58. RADIO FORMATS IN THE ARCHIVE 1/4” SMALL REELS 123.000 HOURS DAT - TAPES 362.000 HOURS
  • 59. CONTENT TV PROGRAMS AND NEWS PRODUCTION FROM AROUND 1948 – 2005 OLDEST CLIP FROM 1896 RADIO IN 3 ARCHIVES ‣ RADIOARKIVET, PRODUCED 1931-2005 ‣ BÅNDARKIVET, PRODUCED 1959-2005 ‣ DAT-BÅNDSAMLINGEN, AIRED 1989-2005
  • 60. THE DAT-COLLECTION DRS FULL BROADCAST OFFERINGS FROM OUR FM CHANNELS: P1, P2, AND P3 DURING THE YEARS 1989 TO 2005 AND P4/KØBENHAVNS RADIO (COPENHAGEN RADIO) FROM JUNE, 2002 TO THE YEAR 2005
  • 61. VOLUME ANTICIPATED IN THE RFP: 175,000 DAT TAPES /350,000 HOURS ACTUAL FIGURES: 180,000 DAT TAPES / 362,000 HOURS
  • 62. THE ARCHIVE RADIO, 434.000 HOURS TV, 68.000 HOURS FILM, 17.500
  • 63. 2011 RADIO, 86% DIGITISED TV, 24% DIGITISED FILM, 0.5% DIGITISED
  • 64. 2014 RADIO, 86% DIGITISED TV, 100% DIGITISED FILM, 26% DIGITISED
  • 65. ECONOMY
  • 66. 50 % REDUCTION
  • 67. SOMECASESTUDIES & EXAMPLES
  • 68. DAT-DIGITISATION
  • 69. REASONING
  • 70. REASONING ‣ THE TAPES WHERE ENDANGERED
  • 71. REASONING ‣ THE TAPES WHERE ENDANGERED ‣ OBSOLETE TECHNOLOGY
  • 72. REASONING ‣ THE TAPES WHERE ENDANGERED ‣ OBSOLETE TECHNOLOGY ‣ MASSIVE VALUE IN A CULTURAL HERITAGE SENSE
  • 73. REASONING ‣ THE TAPES WHERE ENDANGERED ‣ OBSOLETE TECHNOLOGY ‣ MASSIVE VALUE IN A CULTURAL HERITAGE SENSE ‣ DIGITIZATION PROCESS COULD BE HIGHLY INDUSTRIALIZED
  • 74. REASONING ‣ THE TAPES WHERE ENDANGERED ‣ OBSOLETE TECHNOLOGY ‣ MASSIVE VALUE IN A CULTURAL HERITAGE SENSE ‣ DIGITIZATION PROCESS COULD BE HIGHLY INDUSTRIALIZED ‣ FOUNDATION FOR LOOKING AT NEW WAYS OF DIGITIZATION
  • 75. WORKING WITH EXTERNAL PARTNERS
  • 76. RESEARCH AND PREPARATION
  • 77. RESEARCH AND PREPARATION ‣ TALK TO VENDORS
  • 78. RESEARCH AND PREPARATION ‣ TALK TO VENDORS ‣ USE NETWORK, TALK OTHERS WITH PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES
  • 79. RESEARCH AND PREPARATION ‣ TALK TO VENDORS ‣ USE NETWORK, TALK OTHERS WITH PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES ‣ CREATE/DESIGN A STRONG TEAM WITH ALL THE NEEDED COMPETENCES
  • 80. RESEARCH AND PREPARATION ‣ TALK TO VENDORS ‣ USE NETWORK, TALK OTHERS WITH PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES ‣ CREATE/DESIGN A STRONG TEAM WITH ALL THE NEEDED COMPETENCES ‣ MAKE SURE YOU HAVE TOP-LEVEL MANAGEMENT SUPPORT
  • 81. PPQ AND RFP SELECT THE BEST SUITORS PREPARE THE RFP WHILE DOING THE PQQ FOCUS THE TENDER ON YOUR DEMANDS & NEEDS: ‣DEMANDS (CLOSED): FORMAT, FILE QUALITY ‣NEEDS (OPEN): PROCESS, WORKFLOW
  • 82. 4 JUDGING CRITERIA
  • 83. 4 JUDGING CRITERIA 1. ABILITY TO MEET OUR FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK – TARGET PRICE 1,2 MI. EUROS
  • 84. 4 JUDGING CRITERIA 1. ABILITY TO MEET OUR FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK – TARGET PRICE 1,2 MI. EUROS 2. DIGITISATION QUALITY, PROCESS & HARDWARE, FILE QUALITY, QUALITY CONTROL ETC.
  • 85. 4 JUDGING CRITERIA 1. ABILITY TO MEET OUR FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK – TARGET PRICE 1,2 MI. EUROS 2. DIGITISATION QUALITY, PROCESS & HARDWARE, FILE QUALITY, QUALITY CONTROL ETC. 3. SAFETY, TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING OF MATERIALS
  • 86. 4 JUDGING CRITERIA 1. ABILITY TO MEET OUR FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK – TARGET PRICE 1,2 MI. EUROS 2. DIGITISATION QUALITY, PROCESS & HARDWARE, FILE QUALITY, QUALITY CONTROL ETC. 3. SAFETY, TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING OF MATERIALS 4. SERVICE, BOTH THE ABILITY TO HANDLE A LARGE CONTRACT/ASSIGNMENT AND TO CATER FOR OUR
  • 87. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE JANUARY 2008 / PQQ FEBRUARY 2008 / ISSUE OF RFP APRIL 2008 / RFP CLOSING DATE EARLY JUNE 2008 / SHORTLISTED BIDDERS IN CPH
  • 88. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE
  • 89. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE JUL 2008
  • 90. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008
  • 91. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009
  • 92. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011
  • 93. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011Execution starts
  • 94. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011Execution starts Benchmark approved
  • 95. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011Execution starts Benchmark approved Memnon production chain stable DR ingestion process stable
  • 96. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE Closing Meeting START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011Execution starts Benchmark approved Memnon production chain stable DR ingestion process stable
  • 97. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011
  • 98. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011Confirmation of the projectdefinition (administrative andtechnical spec.) and updateof the PIDConfirmation of thetransports and productionplanningSet-up of the productionchain and prototypingInitiate development of thework breakdown structure
  • 99. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011
  • 100. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011 Test Set-up of the production chain PID adjusted if necessary Development of the work breakdown structure
  • 101. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011
  • 102. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011 First acceleration Second acceleration Specifications and PID adjusted if necessary Production chain setup and work breakdown structure adjusted if necessary Planning adjusted if necessary
  • 103. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011
  • 104. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011 Full speed production pace Continuous monitoring against planning, objectives and quality level agreement Review meetings Reporting
  • 105. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE START-UP PHASE TEST ACCELERATION PRODUCTION JUL 2008 JUL-DEC 2008 JAN-APR 2009 MAY 2009-2011
  • 106. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE FINALIZING JUL 2011
  • 107. PROJECT LIFE CYCLE CLOSING MEETING: FINALIZING EVALUATE + JUL 2011 LESSONS LEARNED
  • 108. FILM PILOT
  • 109. AFADS IS
  • 110. AFADS IS AUTOMATED FILM ARCHIVE DIGITISATION SYSTEM
  • 111. THE PROCES
  • 112. THE PROCES PREPWORKS
  • 113. THE PROCESARCHIVE CARDS TO XML PREPWORKS
  • 114. THE PROCESARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA PREPWORKS
  • 115. THE PROCESARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS
  • 116. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKSARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS
  • 117. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS
  • 118. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS
  • 119. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS AUDIOWORKS
  • 120. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA MEDIAWORKS SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS AUDIOWORKS
  • 121. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA MEDIAWORKS SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS AUDIOWORKS
  • 122. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA MEDIAWORKS SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS AUDIOWORKS
  • 123. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA MEDIAWORKS SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS AUDIOWORKS
  • 124. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA DIGITAL ARCHIVE MEDIAWORKS SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS AUDIOWORKS
  • 125. THE PROCES FRAMEWORKS DVOOPTICS DIGITAL VIDEOARCHIVE CARDS TO XML XML METADATA DIGITAL ARCHIVE MEDIAWORKS SYSTEM CONTROLLER PREPWORKS AUDIOWORKS
  • 126. SIMPLIFIED
  • 127. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION
  • 128. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION METADATA
  • 129. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION METADATA CLEANING
  • 130. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION METADATA CLEANING SCANNING
  • 131. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION METADATA CLEANING SCANNING RECONSTRUCTION
  • 132. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION METADATA CLEANING SCANNING RECONSTRUCTION DELIVERABLES
  • 133. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION METADATA CLEANING SCANNING RECONSTRUCTION DELIVERABLES QC
  • 134. SIMPLIFIEDSELECTION METADATA CLEANING SCANNING RECONSTRUCTION DELIVERABLES QC DIGITAL ARCHIVE
  • 135. USE OF DIGITAL CONTENT
  • 136. BONANZA
  • 137. FACTS
  • 138. FACTS ‣ BASED ON USER INTERACTION, MAKING THE PUBLIC VOTE FOR THIER FAVORITE PROGRAMS - PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
  • 139. FACTS ‣ BASED ON USER INTERACTION, MAKING THE PUBLIC VOTE FOR THIER FAVORITE PROGRAMS - PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ‣ 12 WEEKS, EVERY WEEK A NEW CATEGORY, EVERY EPISODE WITH A SMALL CLIP AND A DESCRIPTION
  • 140. FACTS ‣ BASED ON USER INTERACTION, MAKING THE PUBLIC VOTE FOR THIER FAVORITE PROGRAMS - PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ‣ 12 WEEKS, EVERY WEEK A NEW CATEGORY, EVERY EPISODE WITH A SMALL CLIP AND A DESCRIPTION ‣ CONTENT WAS COMMENTED AND DISCUSSED
  • 141. FACTS ‣ BASED ON USER INTERACTION, MAKING THE PUBLIC VOTE FOR THIER FAVORITE PROGRAMS - PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ‣ 12 WEEKS, EVERY WEEK A NEW CATEGORY, EVERY EPISODE WITH A SMALL CLIP AND A DESCRIPTION ‣ CONTENT WAS COMMENTED AND DISCUSSED ‣ WINNING CONTENT PUBLISHED THE FOLLOWING WEEK
  • 142. LOGO
  • 143. THE WEBSITE ‣ VOTE NOW ‣ HOW TO PARTICIPATE ‣ HOW LONG TO THE END OF THIS THEME ‣ THEMES AND WHERE ARE WE IN THE PROCES
  • 144. THE WEBSITE ‣ COMPETITION SCORE ‣ SEE ALL 100 SNIPPETS ‣ VOTE ‣ CINEMA MODE FOR WITH FULLSCREEN VIEWING
  • 145. RESULT ‣ MORE THAN 100.000 DANES VOTED ‣ DURING THE FIRST YEAR BONANZA HAD 200.000 MONTHLY USERS ‣ 1 MIO. VIDEO STREAMS A MONTH
  • 146. TODAY ‣ ONE OF DR’S “POWER BRANDS” ‣ 3 YEARS DOWN THE LINE WE HAVE 70.000 MONTLY USERS ‣ WINNER OF FIAT’S PRIZE FOR BEST INTERNET PRODUCTION IN 2009
  • 147. USERS ‣ HOW OLD ARE THE 12 % 11 % USERS? 33 % 44 % Between 0-19 20-39 years 40-59 years 60+
  • 148. USERS ‣ WHY ARE THEY 8 % 18 % VISITING? 39 % 35 % For educational use Looking for a particular program/snippet As entertainment It is fun watching “old” stuff i can remember
  • 149. USERS ‣ HOW OFTEN DO THE 8 % 35 % USERS VISIT? 23 % 34 % This is my first time Less than every 14th day More than once every 14th day Everyday or almost every day
  • 150. SHARING THE CONTENT
  • 151. DANISH CULTURAL HERITAGE COOPERATION
  • 152. MEMBERS DANISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION THE DANISH FILM INSTITUTE THE NATIONAL MUSEUM THE ROYAL LIBRARY THE DANISH STATE ARCHIVES NATIONAL GALLERY OF DENMARK THE STATE AND UNIVERSITY LIBRARY THE HERITAGE AGENCY OF DENMARK
  • 153. FUNCTIONS ‣ COORDINATING INSPIRATIONAL FORUM ‣ PROJECT GROUPS E.G. ANNIVERSARY FOR 1WW ‣ NEW WEBSITE LAUNCH IN AUTUMN 2011 ‣ BETA-DEVELOPMENT
  • 154. WEBPLAYER Search across RSS FEED from collections DR NEWS or other news services Link with other material such as youtube, vimeo, flickr or Comment on the material facebook Connect CHAT FUNcTION DATA from e.g. recommend other integration wikipedia based on dr programs the metadata
  • 155. MOBIL APP
  • 156. DATA CAMPS DATA AND CREDITS FOR EXPOSING THE MATERIAL IN THE SAME SEARCH ENGINE CREATES NEW POSSIBILITIES INVITE PEOPLE TO BUILD NEW TECHNOLOGY WITH OUR DATA
  • 157. CHALLENGES
  • 158. DIGITAL ARHIVES ‣ MAINTAINING THE COLLECTION ‣ KEEPING UP WITH TECHNICAL EVOLUTION ‣ CREATING VALUE WITH A LIMITED BUDGET
  • 159. KEY INSIGHTS
  • 160. DIGITISATION ‣ BE AMBITIOUS ‣ COMBINE ARCHIVE & TECHNOLOGY KNOWLEGDE ‣ DEFINE & AGREE ON THE OBJECTIVES
  • 161. EXTERNAL PARTNERS ‣ BE A GOOD COLLABORATOR BY BEING PROFESSIONAL ‣ RECOGNIZE PARTNERS’ EXPERTISE, KNOWLEDGE AND NEEDS TO CREATE THE BEST POSSIBLE SOLUTION ‣ HAVE COURAGE AND DEDICATION!
  • 162. CONTEXTUALISATION ‣ FOCUS ON VALUE ‣ COLLABORATE ‣ SHARE
  • 163. USE IS VALUE POLITICAL APPROACH
  • 164. RE-USE IS VALUE PRODUCTION APPROACH
  • 165. THANK YOU! CONTACT ME AT TOGO@DR.DK

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