Creating Online Access to European Archival TV

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Presentation by Erwin Verbruggen (NISV) 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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  • Creating Online Access to European Archival TV

    1. 1. Erwin Verbruggen - R&D Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision www.euscreen.eu Creating Online Access to European Archival TVFunded by theEuropean Commission 23 June 2012 - NECS Lisbon, Portugal Connected to
    2. 2. Agend a E TO RULE T HEM ALL? 1. ONE TUB2. COMPARATIVE ACCESS TO TELEVISION HERITAGE 3. CONTEXTUALISING TELEVISION HERITAGE
    3. 3. 1. ONE TUBE TO RULE THEM Archival Strategies for Online Access to Historical Moving Images
    4. 4. The only way to control your• content is to be the best provider of it.
    5. 5. http://www.beeldengeluid.nl/research
    6. 6. SOURCE: JOHAN OOMEN, LORA AROYO: PHDO MAY 20 2011
    7. 7. ACCESS Access > Institutional access:Connected to: Institutional Landscape:GLAMs / Public Broadcasters / Cinemathèques Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    8. 8. ACCESS TO TV HISTORY USER FOOTAGE UPLOADS SALES ARCHIVE TV ON PLATFORM DEMANDConnected to: Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    9. 9. ONLINE REPOSITORIESTarget groupLevels of openness Geographical focus Availability for ReusePopularitySelection
    10. 10. Catch-Up ServicesNational Framework “Short Now”
    11. 11. Educational PlatformsNational Framework Focused Audience
    12. 12. EUROPEANAConnected to: International Framework Aggregation Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    13. 13. DHONational Framework Aggregation
    14. 14. FILM HERITAGENational Framework Medium Specific
    15. 15. DOWN UNDERNational Framework Topic-Based
    16. 16. FOCUS ON USEInternational Framework Goal-oriented
    17. 17. 2. COMPARATIVE ACCESS TO TELEVISION HERITAGE Introducing the EUscreen Project
    18. 18. http://vimeo.com/
    19. 19. IN A NUTSHELLeContentplus Best Practice Network27 partners (incl 19 archives) + associateStarted in October 2009Length: 36 Months35.000 items to Europeana
    20. 20. HISTORYConnected to: Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    21. 21. CONSORTIUM Archives & Broadcasters Technology Research InstitutionsConnected to: Associated Parties Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    22. 22. USER GROUPS LEARNING RESEARCH LEISURE OPEN CULTUREConnected to: Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    23. 23. CHALLENGESSelectionInteroperabilityCopyrightsMultilingualityInteraction
    24. 24. SELECTION POLICY Historical Topics Comparative VE Special CollectionsConnected to: Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    25. 25. Levels of AccessTOEGANG Content A Content B Content C Access to Virtual Metadata Commenting Exhibitions Viewing Derivative works Public viewing Playlists Quotations RemixingConnected to: Embedding Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    26. 26. www.euscreen.eu
    27. 27. 3. CONTEXTUALISINGTELEVISION HERITAGEMore About the EUscreen Project
    28. 28. CONFERENCES
    29. 29. Creatie
    30. 30. DATA SOURCES Think of html-environment as a multi-media narrative platform:photographs / audiovisual sources are no “illustrations” but driving parts of story research data!
    31. 31. A/V SOURCES
    32. 32. METADATA-ELEMENTS 38 elements (18 obligatory) Based on EBUcore Compatible with Video Active scheme Maps to the Europeana Data ModelConnected to: Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    33. 33. BACK-END TOOLSConnected to: Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu http://mint.image.ece.ntua.gr/redmine/projects/mint/wiki
    34. 34. LINKED DATA
    35. 35. LOD.EUSCREEN.EU/RESOURCE http://lod.euscreen.eu/resource/EUS_55F569268ACA42B186682960875F862BConnected to: Funded by the European Commission within the eContentplus programme www.euscreen.eu
    36. 36. VISUALISATION - Jaap Blomhttp://demo.euscreen.eu/
    37. 37. VISUALISATION - Kostis Dallashttp://demo.euscreen.eu/
    38. 38. VISUALISATION - Tjerk Smithttp://demo.euscreen.eu/
    39. 39. TO CONCLUDETarget group: 4 User GroupsLevels of openness: Geographical focus: Focus on Comparison Availability for Reuse: Terms / OISelection: ThematicFocus on Context
    40. 40. @euscreenwww.euscreen.eu info@euscreen.eblog.euscreen.eu u

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