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Providing Online Access to Television History

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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Providing Online Access to Television History

  1. 1. Providing Online Access to Television History: Considering the TV User Berber Hagedoorn, MA (Utrecht University)
  2. 2. Increasing popularity of television history...... points to complex relationship betweenindividual and cultural history and memory
  3. 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. 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. 5. EUscreen sharing button
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  9. 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
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