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Turnok, Kaye, Carrasqueiro - EUscreen content selection policy @EUscreen Mykonos

  1. 1. EUscreen Content Selection Policy WP3 Information and Access Royal Holloway University of London RHUL presented by Linda and Luís of BUFVC Mykonos 23 June 2010 Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  2. 2. A Guide to Content Selection • Content Selection Policy – Historical Topics – Comparative Virtual Exhibitions – Content Provider Virtual Exhibition • Objective: understand the different types of content required and how much of which • This will inform your workflow Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  3. 3. Content Selection Three Strands Historical Topics Comparative Virtual Exhibitions CP Virtual Exhibition curated by based on Content Providers EU Screen topic list %"# $"# curated by EU Screen team !"# Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  4. 4. Content Selection Three Strands 14 historical topics simplified from VA &# &# %"# &# &# $"# &# &# &# &# &# &# &# &# &# &# If a content provider is unable to contribute 5% for each topic this must be discussed with the BUFVC Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  5. 5. Historical Topics Genre !"#$ %&'"()$"*"+,$ -(.*./012)3+ 4+,"($)).5$6.+&67(.15"($ 8+,"(,.1+*"+,6.+&69"(:3(*1+;6%(,$ <=3(, 0.2,>.569(3;(.**1+; Content should reflect the widest range of programme genres that content providers can make available. Some topics might lend themselves better to some genres Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  6. 6. Historical Topics Time Period Ensure that content is selected across the whole time period of your collection. Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  7. 7. Historical Topics National Holidays, Festivals, Arts and Culture Anniversaries, Annual Events Disasters Politics and Economics Education Religion and Belief Environment and Nature Society and Social Issues Health Transportation, Science and Technology Lifestyle and Consumerism Wars and Conflict The Media Work and Production Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  8. 8. Historical Topics 1. Arts and Culture √ 2. Disasters 3. Education 4. Environment and Nature 5. Health 6. Lifestyle and Consumerism ? 7. The Media item 8. National Holidays, Festivals, Anniversaries, Annual Events 9. Politics and Economics 10. Religion and Belief 11. Society and Social Issues ok 12. Transportation, Science and Technology 13. Wars and conflict 14. Work and production '()**+,-)./012+01345)6)5)781Each item !"#$%&'be attributed to one historical topic – mandatory. It may be possible to have secondary topics. For special cases please discuss with BUFVC films Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  9. 9. National Holidays, Festivals, Arts and Culture Anniversaries, Annual Events Disasters Politics and Economics Education Religion and Belief Environment and Nature Society and Social Issues Health Transportation, Science and Technology Lifestyle and Consumerism Wars and Conflict The Media Work and Production WOMEN: EQUAL PAY ACT Channel: ITV Series Title: Lunchtime News Date: 26/05/1995 Broadcast at: 13:00 10 Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  10. 10. National Holidays, Festivals, Arts and Culture Anniversaries, Annual Events Disasters Politics and Economics Education Religion and Belief Environment and Nature Society and Social Issues Health Transportation, Science and Technology Lifestyle and Consumerism Wars and Conflict The Media Work and Production NATIONAL FRONT Channel: ITV Series Title: News At Ten Date: 19/01/1978 Broadcast at: 22:00 11 Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  11. 11. National Holidays, Festivals, Arts and Culture Anniversaries, Annual Events Disasters Politics and Economics Education Religion and Belief Environment and Nature Society and Social Issues Health Transportation, Science and Technology Lifestyle and Consumerism Wars and Conflict The Media Work and Production DIANA: FLORAL TRIBUTES Channel: ITV Series Title: News at Ten Date: 10/09/1997 Broadcast at: 22:00 12 Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  12. 12. Comparative Virtual Exhibitions • Two comparative themes to be developed. • Content providers to supply 5% of their overall contribution to ()*" comparative theme. curated by based on Content Providers EU Screen topic list %"# &# &# curated by EU Screen team !"# Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  13. 13. Comparative Virtual Exhibitions • Content to explore each theme +,'&(-."/ • Content to be supported by a range of contextual information – including still images, documentation and text. • Each theme will involve a small curatorial team who will help select content and then source/ commission write textual content to support theme. • Do not repeat content... Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  14. 14. Comparative Virtual Exhibitions • Examples –Eastern versus Western European coverage of selected events –Television history –e.g. Inventing Europe http://www.inventingeurope.eu/invent/exhibits/show/europeinterrupted/europes Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  15. 15. Timeline to decide topics Comparative Virtual Exhibitions • July 2010: – RHUL to set up Comparative VE Working Group within EUscreen – Anyone interested to e-mail Sian Barber - sian.barber@rhul.ac.uk. – Devise potential themes • July/August/September: – Consult with content providers on • Suitability of themes • How to select content in collaboration – Consult with potential stakeholders and contributor communities on • Desirability of themes • Availability/willingness to produce written content • September 2010: – Decide and report on themes – Onward workflow and timescale – Set up curatorial team for each comparative theme Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  16. 16. Content Provider Virtual Exhibitions • Content providers to supply 20% of their overall contribution to CP Virtual Exhibition. curated by based on Content Providers %"# EU Screen topic list $"# curated by EU Screen team !"# Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  17. 17. Content Provider Virtual Exhibitions • You know your content better than anyone! • Content Providers to select their own content for their own exhibition • Exhibitions to reflect Content Providers’ own interests and archival strengths • Content to be supported by a range of contextual information – including still images, documentation and text! • Do not repeat content Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  18. 18. Content Provider Virtual Exhibitions • e.g. a national broadcaster may tell its own story • e.g. celebrities travelling through transport hubs • any footage that does not fit the 14 historical topics • if your holdings are very heavy on one topic and you wish to explore it in depth • a shop window for your archive Wednesday, 23 June 2010
  19. 19. Content Selection • For questions regarding the content selection policy please contact either: Sian Barber, RHUL sian.barber@rhul.ac.uk Rob Turnock, RHUL (WP3 Leader) rob.turnock@rhul.ac.uk! Wednesday, 23 June 2010

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